Peninsula Counseling Center is at the forefront of mental health counseling on Long Island. Our services cover the range of counseling needs, including family counseling, marital counseling, children and adolescent counseling, treatment for addictions/chemical dependencies, depression, trauma recovery, bereavement and grief counseling, services for older adults and those suffering the effects of Alzheimer’s disease.
If you or someone you know would benefit from counseling, please call us at 516-569-6600. Peninsula Counseling Center’s staff of highly qualified mental health professionals is here to help you through confidential counseling in a respectful and non-judgmental atmosphere. We are dedicated to helping improve the lives of others.
An affiliate of North Shore-LIJ System, Peninsula Counseling Center is one of the largest, licensed mental health counseling facilities in Nassau County and is licensed by the New York State Office of Mental Health and the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services.
"Hope and Healing For A Century"
Dear Friends and Supporters,
The horrific events in Boston remind all of us of both our vulnerability and our capacity for resilience and personal heroism. Our hearts go out to those injured in the blasts and the loved ones of those who died. In addition, we applaud the courage of those civilians and professionals who responded selflessly in the moments after the blast in an attempt to help others.
Peninsula Counseling Center Welcomes New Board
PCC is proud to announce new members to serve on the Board of Directors.
Peninsula Counseling Center: 100 Years Young
By John Kastan, Ph.D., Executive Director
Peninsula Counseling Center is celebrating its one hundredth birthday in 2013. That’s a century of service to our community. Beginning as the Relief Society of Lawrence, PCC has helped tens of thousands of families – providing counseling, psychiatric care, addiction treatment, and social supports for people of all ages.
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Hurricane Sandy: Coping With the Aftermath
Hurricane Sandy damaged thousands of homes, displacing an enormous amount of people. Many have sought refuge with relatives. This arrangement might be working out fine for many, but it can also be a time of stress for others. Click here to read more...
A Tasteful Evening 2012
On Monday night, October 15th, the Woodmere Club was filled with 300 guests supporting Peninsula Counseling Center at “A Tasteful Evening 2012.” The ballroom was lined with tables highlighting Italian, Japanese, Mexican, American Continental, Greek and Asian Fusion specialties; the bar room was filled with delicious desserts and fine wines. It was all there for the tasting, from bagels and lox, to shrimp, pastas, steak, and quesadillas to pumpkin martinis, ice cream, cupcakes, crepes and chocolates. Honorees included:
- Jay Greenbaum, past PCC Board of Directors President (Humanitarian Award)
- Debby Gyulay and the Valley Stream Chamber of Commerce (Leadership Award)
- Steven Spiro, President, Bob Block, Executive Director, Eric Kesslowitz, Board of Directors President and the Five Towns Community Chest Board (Philanthropy Award).
The event also included fabulous raffle prizes, Jill’s Jems, Charity Sports Silent Auction, and a live auction by young artist and Hewlett High School student Erin Palumbo titled “Community Hearts.”
Assemblyman Picks the Winning Ticket to Streisand Concert
On Tuesday morning, September 4th, John Kastan, PCC executive director and Assemblyman Brian Curran picked the winner of the Barbra Streisand concert tickets. The lucky winner won two tickets to see Barbra Streisand live at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn on October 13th. Profits from the raffle sale support services provided by Peninsula Counseling Center.
Elissa Queen’s Interview By 9 Year Old
On Tuesday, August 21st, Elissa Queen, Director of Child/Family Unit at PCC was interviewed by the African American Media Network to appear on a Cablevision show, "Youth View". Nine year old Carson asked Elissa for tips on back to school skills.
Marsha Guerrier Donates Book Bags for PCC Kids
Thank you to Marsha Guerrier and the Yva Jordan Foundation for donating back to school supplies for PCC kids.
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