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 Providing kind and comprehensive mental health services to the Catskills and Hudson Valley


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f you are considering psychotherapy or counseling, we would like to help. You may be experiencing:

• A life crisis
• A long-term problem that has not been resolved
• Behaviors or thought patterns that interfere with achieving your goals
• Feelings that are overwhelming or out of control, including flashbacks and nightmares
• Relationship difficulties
• A wish for personal growth
• Struggles with chronic illness or chronic pain
• Strong feelings after being the victim of sexual, or violent assault
• Grief or loss

The therapists at Maverick Family Counseling are skilled, experienced, and understanding. We offer counseling and psychotherapy services that address the concerns that leave you feeling lost, powerless, confused, or stuck. We can guide you through a difficult time and help you gain a new perspective, improve communication, forge more meaningful connections, learn stress management and anxiety reduction skills, and find your vision of the future.

What to do if you are in crisis

If you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, in danger of hurting yourself or others, feeling suicidal, overwhelmed, or in crisis, it's very important that you get immediate help! You can do one of the following immediately:

  • Call your local law enforcement agency (USA): dial 911
  • If you live outside the USA please dial your local emergency number.
  • Go to the nearest hospital emergency room
  • If you are a victim of domestic violence, you can call your local hotline or call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1 800 799-7233
  • Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1 800 273-8255

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is equipped to take a wide range of calls, from immediate suicidal crisis to providing information about mental health. Some of the reasons to call are listed below:

  • Call to speak with someone who cares;
  • Call if you feel you might be in danger of hurting yourself
  • Call to find referrals to mental health services in your area
  • Call to speak to a crisis worker about someone you're concerned about.