ABOUT

We understand that life's storms can sometimes be overwhelming and we end up in places we do not want to be. 
 

We're here to help

Our Mission


We are committed to the wellness of individuals, their families, and the community through prevention, intervention, treatment, and education.




Our Philosophy


We believe in an Integrative wellness approach. It is a kind of “lifestyle medicine.” Integrative mental health care is a rapidly emerging paradigm that combines prescription medications, psychotherapy and a range of evidence- based complementary and alternative therapies in the treatment of various mental health concerns. It includes lifestyle changes to help you live a longer, healthier and happier life.




Our Goals


Our focus is on quality of CARE and service to our patients through:

  • Compassion - towards the community we serve;
  • Acceptance – to decrease the stigma associated with mental health;
  • Respect - of everyone's unique path towards their own healing;
  • Empowerment – shift the focus away from illness and towards wellness
  • Sincerity - in how we treat each other every day.





Our approach is based on an integrative model.

What is a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner


Psychiatric mental health nurse practitioners (PMHNPs) are advanced practice registered nurse specialists who assess and diagnose mental health issues, and who offer treatment by means of pharmacotherapeutic and psychotherapeutic interventions. PMHNPs work in clinical settings that include private, state or Veterans Administration in-patient or outpatient psychiatric facilities, private psychiatric practices, and community mental health centers. PMHMPs also provide services in settings such as correctional facilities, domestic violence shelters, residential substance abuse facilities, and schools. PMHNPs may work with a wide range of people, including:

  • Children who have or are at risk for emotional and behavioral disorders
  • Adults dealing with stressful and emotional situations, including people dealing with chronic medical conditions and older adults at risk for emotional and cognitive decline
  • People with a serious, chronic mental illness or who have mental health problems that lead to criminal behavior
  • People with substance-related problems
  • Depending on the State, we have prescriptive privledges for most medications.
  • We have collaborating physicians that periodically review our records and are available for consultation
  • Nurse Practitioners work with their patients to help them make informed decisions about their own health
  • True to the nursing field, Nurse Practitioners take time to listen to patients concerns
  • Nurse practitioners concentrate on preventative health care
  • Nurse practitioners provide individualized, holistic care




What is a LMHC or LCSW


With the help of these professionals the client can gain tremendous insight into their emotional make up and find healing around past traumas. A marriage and family counseling specialist might aid a family in working through their issues, facilitating dialogues and ensuring that everyone’s needs are met. This can result in marriages being strengthened that might otherwise end in divorce. In the context of mental health counseling these counselors can have a huge impact on the individual. During the course of their treatment a client can begin to understand, resolve and heal from incredible traumas and challenges they have experienced during their lives. These are just a handful of the ways a counselor can have an immense impact on the quality of life for themselves and others.




What type of conditions do you treat?


Life sometimes brings us challenges. These may come from the world around or within us. We often encounter these on a daily basis such dealing with finances, family stressors and traumas. Our caring staff are experts that are here to help you navigate through these situations. At East End Mental Health, we can help with setting goals and formulate your integrative personalized plan Below is a brief list of the types of issues we counsel.

  • Personal Challenges
  • Addiction Alcoholism
  • Addiction Behavior
  • Addiction Smoking
  • Addiction Substance
  • ADHD
  • Anxiety
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Bullying
  • Cancer survival
  • Children of Alcoholics
  • Chronic Fatigue
  • Depression
  • Eating disorders
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Lyme and Tic Borne Illnesses
  • Parent/Child conflicts
  • Personality disorder
  • Schizophrenia
  • Sleep disorders
  • Stress




What health insurance plans do you accept?


TBD




Do you offer family or couples therapy?


In addition to individual and group therapy, we also offer family and couples therapy. Our fees are the same as for our individual evaluations and follow up sessions.




Are your services completely confidential?


YES! Client confidentiality is a requirement. All therapists, psychiatrists, psychologists, and most other mental health professionals protect their client's privacy by not revealing the contents of therapy without written consent by the patient.




What happens during the initial evaluation


In general, al psychiatric evaluation has several components: you will be given online screening tools and then there will be an extensive interview. Additional information may also be obtained from review of medical records, a physical examination, diagnostic tests, and from family members. A list of previous medications, over the counter supplements and lab work helps to complete the picture.




Do you offer suboxone for opiod dependence?


Not at this time.




Do you offer Medical Marijuana prescriptions?


Yes.





The most effective way to help a person begin to heal is by focusing on their strengths and assisting them to harness their available resources, while getting their symptoms under control.  We strive to take a wise, balanced and integrative approach.  We look at the all treatment options and optimize your wellness.

At East End Mental Health, our professional, licensed clinicians are trained in the latest methods and tools to help assist you to get back on the right course. 

Please take your time to review the information in this site and understand our approach and staff.  If this is one that you value, make an appointment and we can discuss your personalize treatment plan. Let us help you to find that comfortable journey you deserve.

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Frequently asked questions

What is a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner


Psychiatric mental health nurse practitioners (PMHNPs) are advanced practice registered nurse specialists who assess and diagnose mental health issues, and who offer treatment by means of pharmacotherapeutic and psychotherapeutic interventions. PMHNPs work in clinical settings that include private, state or Veterans Administration in-patient or outpatient psychiatric facilities, private psychiatric practices, and community mental health centers. PMHMPs also provide services in settings such as correctional facilities, domestic violence shelters, residential substance abuse facilities, and schools. PMHNPs may work with a wide range of people, including:

  • Children who have or are at risk for emotional and behavioral disorders
  • Adults dealing with stressful and emotional situations, including people dealing with chronic medical conditions and older adults at risk for emotional and cognitive decline
  • People with a serious, chronic mental illness or who have mental health problems that lead to criminal behavior
  • People with substance-related problems
  • Depending on the State, we have prescriptive privledges for most medications.
  • We have collaborating physicians that periodically review our records and are available for consultation
  • Nurse Practitioners work with their patients to help them make informed decisions about their own health
  • True to the nursing field, Nurse Practitioners take time to listen to patients concerns
  • Nurse practitioners concentrate on preventative health care
  • Nurse practitioners provide individualized, holistic care




What is a LMHC or LCSW


With the help of these professionals the client can gain tremendous insight into their emotional make up and find healing around past traumas. A marriage and family counseling specialist might aid a family in working through their issues, facilitating dialogues and ensuring that everyone’s needs are met. This can result in marriages being strengthened that might otherwise end in divorce. In the context of mental health counseling these counselors can have a huge impact on the individual. During the course of their treatment a client can begin to understand, resolve and heal from incredible traumas and challenges they have experienced during their lives. These are just a handful of the ways a counselor can have an immense impact on the quality of life for themselves and others.




What type of conditions do you treat?


Life sometimes brings us challenges. These may come from the world around or within us. We often encounter these on a daily basis such dealing with finances, family stressors and traumas. Our caring staff are experts that are here to help you navigate through these situations. At East End Mental Health, we can help with setting goals and formulate your integrative personalized plan Below is a brief list of the types of issues we counsel.

  • Personal Challenges
  • Addiction Alcoholism
  • Addiction Behavior
  • Addiction Smoking
  • Addiction Substance
  • ADHD
  • Anxiety
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Bullying
  • Cancer survival
  • Children of Alcoholics
  • Chronic Fatigue
  • Depression
  • Eating disorders
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Lyme and Tic Borne Illnesses
  • Parent/Child conflicts
  • Personality disorder
  • Schizophrenia
  • Sleep disorders
  • Stress




What health insurance plans do you accept?


TBD




Do you offer family or couples therapy?


In addition to individual and group therapy, we also offer family and couples therapy. Our fees are the same as for our individual evaluations and follow up sessions.




Are your services completely confidential?


YES! Client confidentiality is a requirement. All therapists, psychiatrists, psychologists, and most other mental health professionals protect their client's privacy by not revealing the contents of therapy without written consent by the patient.




What happens during the initial evaluation


In general, al psychiatric evaluation has several components: you will be given online screening tools and then there will be an extensive interview. Additional information may also be obtained from review of medical records, a physical examination, diagnostic tests, and from family members. A list of previous medications, over the counter supplements and lab work helps to complete the picture.




Do you offer suboxone for opiod dependence?


Not at this time.




Do you offer Medical Marijuana prescriptions?


Yes.





 

Contact

332 West Montauk Hwy Suite 5
Hampton Bays,  NY  11946-3551

631-495-3300 Office

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