Below you can find important information on getting treatment in the Staten Island area regarding mental health concerns. Please read the information below regarding the Clinical Management Consultants treatment center at Freedom From Fear.
The treatment center located at Freedom From Fear, Clinical Management Consultants Inc. consists of psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers and other licensed mental health professionals. All of the staff has experience treating all of the major anxiety disorders (including generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety disorder, panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder) as well as depressive illnesses. All of the therapists are also well trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
If you are interested in treatment, please call 718-351-1717 ext. 22 to receive information about the fees and insurances that are accepted.
For individuals who are 18 years and older intakes will be held on Mondays and Thursdays 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm on walk-in basis.
Please check with your insurance company prior to coming to our office to make sure that your plan will cover your visit. We accept most major insurances; however; we do not accept Medicaid and Medicare related plans. If you have a copy of your most recent blood work, please bring it with you.
We see patients on a first come first serve basis. If we are unable to accommodate all patients on a particular day, we will provide you with the necessary paperwork and schedule your evaluation at a later date.
Children and adolescents under the age of 18 cannot come for a walk-in evaluation. For information on treatment for children and adolescents, please CLICK HERE
A Look at Our Treatment Center
Clinical Management Consultants (CMC) consists of highly educated, licensed, and Board Certified psychiatrists, as well as psychologists, social workers, and other licensed mental health professionals. Below are descriptions of the treatment professionals at CMC:
Psychiatrist (M.D.) are physicians (medical doctors) specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of mental illness. They can prescribe medication as part of a treatment plan
Licensed Social Workers (LMSW) are trained to help individuals, families, and groups by providing an array of services, from psychotherapy to health and welfare programs. They work with development and behavior in the social, economic, and cultural systems in which people function. The goal of a social worker is to alter behaviors, emotions, attitudes, relationships, and social conditions in order to restore and enhance the ability of people to reach their personal and social needs.
Licensed Mental Health Counselors (LMHC) are practitioners trained in counseling and psychotherapy. They treat individuals with mental and emotional disorders, as well as other behavioral issues. Mental health counselors focus on mental health, human relationships, education, and career concerns within ethical, developmental, preventive, and treatment contexts.
Licensed Clinical Psychologists (Ph.D.) diagnose and treat mental, nervous, emotional, and behavioral disorders. Their services extend to individuals, organizations, and the public. They offer services in the following areas:
- For individuals and groups, evaluate, counsel, and provide psychotherapy for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of various disorders.
- Administer and interpret tests of mental abilities and aptitudes, interests, neuropsychological status, personality, emotions, and motivation.
- Evaluate and develop habilitation plans and treat individuals for addictions, cognitive impairments, and neuropsychological disorders.
- Provide educational and vocational planning
- Perform personnel selection, organizational management, evaluation, and advertising/marketing research.