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Welcome to DashPsychotherapy.com – and the Psychotherapy Office of Matthew Dash, LCSW. Along with information regarding my therapy practice, you’ll find a growing portal to help provide individuals and their families with the most appropriate information and support for a multitude of different types of issues. Questions about your child’s behavior? Worried that you or someone you love may have a drinking or drug problem? Are you feeling, sad, empty, or lost? Feeling anxious and don’t know why? These are just some of the questions, I get asked regularly, helping, parents, kids, spouses and motivated individuals as they seek to restore balance in their lives.
Contact me anytime with questions or to set up a free consultation:
Matthew E. Dash, LCSW
8 Maple Street | Suite 9 | Port Washington, NY 11050*
516.232.8582 Office | 917.533.1281 Mobile
*Less than 2 blocks from the Long Island Railroad
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EMERGENCY* & PHONE SESSIONS ARE AVAILABLE
CONTACT ME TODAY TO SCHEDULE YOUR FREE CONSULTATION.
My counseling and therapy clients, as well as those who contact me for consultation and referral know that they can expect, and will always receive absolute, total, and complete confidentiality exceeding the standards set forth by the Federal Government’s Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
MATTHEW E. DASH, LCSW
I. REGARDING EMERGENCY SESSIONS:
*“Emergency” sessions might refer to a contact with the therapist that was not previously scheduled, but is agreed should occur as soon as possible. Therefore, in this context, “Emergency” might refer to an unconventional time or re-arranging of schedules. Therefore, in this context “Emergency” might refer to an immediate contact at an unconventional time or date, rather than an acute crisis, danger, or safety issue.
II. REGARDING EMERGENCIES:
In the event of, but not limited to, an immanent threat, safety concern, perceived danger to yourself or others, including the desire to harm yourself and/or others, IMMEDIATELY call 911 or go to your nearest Emergency Room. Emergency Services are equipped to provide the appropriate aid for an acute crisis. You can and should contact the therapist once the situation has been stabilized. Maintaining your safety is my highest priority.