Our team of experienced adult, adolescent and child therapists offers support, guidance and connection for all you or your loved one’s emotional needs. Whether you need individual therapy, couples counseling, group therapy, play therapy, child or family therapy, we are here to support you on your journey. Call us to find a partner in your struggles.
We believe in a holistic approach to treatment, where medication is used in combination with other behavioral and nutritional approaches. Our Mt. Sinai-trained child, adolescent and adult psychiatrists offer comprehensive evaluations and medication management for ADD/ADHD, Anxiety, Depression and other similarly challenging problems. Call us to schedule a consultation.
Our three hour comprehensive ADD/ADHD evaluation consists of a clinical interview, computer-based assessment and tests of executive functioning. Our child and adult psychologists also offer neuropsychological evaluations and assessments for students and those looking for accommodations on high stakes tests (SAT, GRE, GMAT, MCAT, etc.). Take our short online Adult ADD quiz.
Social Skill Groups
Is your child bored of typical therapy or needs to improve social skills? Our groups for boys (Dragon Masters) and girls (Moon Dancers) are designed to be engaging and fun! We also have groups for tweens and teens looking for help with social skill deficits, peer rejection, anxiety, depression and ADHD. The groups are evidence-based and run by experienced child psychologists and art therapists.
- Individual Therapy
- Child Therapy
- Play Therapy
- Adolescent Therapy
- Group Therapy
- Family Therapy
- Couples Counseling
- Trauma Therapy (TFCBT)
- Anger Management
- Social Skills Group
- ADD Coaching (Individual & Group)
- Career Coaching
- Nutritional Coaching
- Parent Training
- Organizational Coaching
- Home Organizer
- Educational Tutoring
- Test Prep
- Neuropsychological Evaluation /Testing
- Learning Disability Assessment
- ADD/ADHD Evaluations
- Testing for School Accomodations
- Testing for Extended Time on SAT, GRE, etc.
- Career Assessment
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How do I know if I have ADD/ADHD?
The best way to tell if you have ADD/ADHD is a comprehensive evaluation. This should include a clinical interview that looks at both childhood and current symptoms, assessments of executive functioning and a computer-based test of attention and focus. Take our short online Adult ADD quiz. Read full answer →
What is a good diet to help ADD or Autism?
While no one diet has been definitively proven to treat symptoms of ADD or Autism, I recommend the Zone Diet by Dr. Barry Sears to better control the roller coaster feeling associated with ADD/ADHD or Austism. Read full answer →
Do you recommend Bio or Neurofeedback?
Unfortunately, at the moment the research on these two treatments is inconclusive. Both are expensive with limited efficacy. At the moment, a combination of medication and CBT therapy/coaching are the best treatments for ADHD. Read full answer →
What is the best treatment for ADD/ADHD?
Current research demonstrates that a combination of medication, education, and support through therapy or coaching is most effective. Your therapist will work with you to develop a treatment plan that suits your individual goals, needs and comfort level. Read full answer →
Do you prescribe medicine? →
Yes. Our psychiatrist can prescribe medication to treat your ADHD or any other problems.
Do you do coaching? →
Yes. We offer a strength-based approach to coaching which focuses on your core values, short and long term goals. Our experience with ADD/ADHD allows us to tailor your program to maximize your unique abilities. In addition to nutritional coaching and organizational coaching, we also specialize in life and social skill coaching for teens and adults on the spectrum.
Do you take insurance?→
We work out of network with insurance companies. After receiving payment from you, we will provide you with a receipt so you can seek reimbursement from your insurance carrier.
What model of therapy do you practice?→
Each therapist at the Sachs Center utilizes a different therapeutic approach based on the needs of the client. For example, the coaching process is much more cognitive and behavorial with a solution-oriented approach. Dr. Sachs was trained in both CBT and Gestalt psychotherapy and uses both in his treatment process.
Do you offer alternative treatments instead of medication?→
We are open to working with the client’s needs and comfort levels. If a client does not want to use medication, we offer a combination of alternative treatments: Nutrition counseling, sleep hygiene and cognitive/behavorial strategies.
How do you work with schools or outside psychiatrists?→
We employ a open approach to treatment. With you permission, we are open to talking with outside doctors and school officials to fully impact the change process.
Does therapy Work?→
Absolutely! Countless studies have shown that psychotherapeutic treatment works. The effects have been measured in terms of improved social functioning, relief from anxiety, reductions in depression. Read more.→