The best place to find great therapists and family counseling in and around Syracuse, New York. Get started on your new path today.
Sheila Clonan, Ph.D.
Location: 16 Julian Place Syracuse NY 13210, Syracuse 13210
Fast Contact: Email or Call Dr. Clonan.
|Psychoeducational Assessment||Learning Disabilities|
|Neuropsychological Assessment||Focus/working memory training|
|Cognitive Coaching||Parent consultation and training|
Couples, Families and Relationships
Douglas Goldschmidt, LCSWR
Clinical Social Worker
Location: 50 Presidential Plaza, LL5, Syracuse 13057
Fast Contact: Email or Call Douglas.
|Child therapy||Pediatric and adult hypnosis|
|Men sexually abused as boys||Compulsive sexual behavior|
Couples, Families and Relationships
Theressa McMorris, MS, LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Location: 526 Oak Street, Syracuse 13203
Fast Contact: Email or Call Theressa.
|Christian Counseling||Marriage Counseling|
Families are at the core of who we are as people. They are what shapes us and forms us. We believe it is the marriage that shapes the family. We are passionate about relationships. Christian and nonChristian, alike, have found help here. We would love to help you.
Jill Weldum, MA, LMFT, CCPT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Certified Play
Location: 528 Oak St., Syracuse 13203
Fast Contact: Email or Call Jill.
I have specialized in couple and marital therapy because I believe in the strength, hope, and benefits of intimate relationships. Whether your relationship is in need of enrichment or is at the door of divorce, I can assist you.
City of Syracuse
New York State Education Department Office of Mental Health Professions
Couples Therapy Syracuse, NY
Family Counseling Lakefront, Eastside, Westvale, Eastwood, East Syracuse, Lyncourt, Nedrow
Most people have heard of Syracuse New York at one time or another, but what most people don't quite understand is that it has a homely appeal that is often overshadowed by its very busy, mostly urban landscape. The city is more family-friendly than most think, catering to kids with activity centers such as Adams Eden Camp, which is a 328 acre campground for outdoor fun,1 and the Flamingo Bowl, a bowling alley and arcade center that sometimes goes crazy with laser lights and a live DJ. The Darling Hill Observatory is also an amazing venture, hosting star parties for people of all ages. There are also events hosted almost every single day of the year. One such activity is called Cruizin Thru, a 1950s Dance Party that furnishes live music and dancing for families, couples, and even singletons. In addition, many art exhibits find their way to Syracuse, so any art buff or regular Joe can get their fill of aesthetics. Every year, Syracuse is the home of the Great New York State Fair, an honor that they've held for as long as anyone remembers.
Marriage and Family Mental Health in Syracuse
The Children's Consortium is one of many local non-profit agencies that seek to promote improved skills among Syracuse parents. Individuals and couples can learn about behavior management, school-related issues, the impact of divorce, sibling rivalry, and many other topics of common concern. These skills-based classes provide usable tools and resources that parents can immediately employ in order to improve the functioning of their family. To request information about these classes, please call 315-471-8331.2 Another local organization that provides parenting education courses is Huntington Family Center. Their Young Parents Program seeks to empower teenage and first time parents with the tools they need to foster healthy development of their child. Educational programs, peer support, and in-home visits are central components of the program. A weekly support group is also available. Call 315-476-3157 for further details.3
Families with a member that has a disability can take advantage of many support services offered by Exceptional Family Resources. The agency provides career support programs to help individuals find and maintain employment. Family training and educational opportunities are available as well, and supply caregivers with much needed guidance for providing care in a manner that promotes the social, emotional, and physical well-being of their loved one. The agency's Friends Connection Program pairs adult mentors with individuals that have a disability to share in opportunities for learning, working, and recreating. To learn more about these services, call 315-478-1462.4
Family Services and Assistance Programs
The Onondaga County Department of Children and Family Services features many programs that foster the healthy functioning of families in the Syracuse area. The Child Welfare Division ensures homes are safe, parents are attentive, and children are cared for in an appropriate manner. The county's OnCare program provides mental health services to children and teenagers, including a Youth Emergency Team that addresses crisis situations involving young people. Information about home safety, promoting academic success, and addressing multicultural issues is also available. Additional information about these services can be obtained by calling Children and Family Services at 315-435-2884.5
1. Adams Eden Camp. (2014). Homepage.
Retrieved from http://adamsedencamp.com/
2. The Children's Consortium. (2014). Parenting Classes.
Retrieved from http://www.childrensconsortium.org/parents/parenting-classes/
3. Huntington Family Center. (2014). Young Parents Program.
Retrieved from http://www.huntingtonfamilycenters.org/what-we-do/
4. Exceptional Family Resources. (2014). Services.
Retrieved from http://www.contactefr.org/services.htm
5. Onondaga County. (2014). Children and Family Services.
Retrieved from http://www.ongov.net/cfs/