About Joe Conlon
Joe Conlon is a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW). He received his Master’s degree from Stony Brook University and his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Marist College. He has spent the past 5 years providing social work services for a wide range of people in a variety of settings including drug rehabilitation centers, mental health clinics, probation, jails, and as a personal life coach. Joe pursued a mental health profession by following his fascination for psychology and human rights. His passion for his work and clients allows for his therapy sessions to be creative, innovative, and uniquely designed for each individual.
Joe specializes in person-centered psychotherapy and in educating individuals to foster their unique capacities. The treatment goal is the individual’s empowerment. His approach aims to help people of all ages and kinds overcome: low-confidence, anxiety, depression, trauma, career concerns, substance use disorder, Attention Deficit Disorder, shame, familial and relationship concerns, sexual concerns, and identity concerns. Joe also helps individuals to effectively manage symptoms of bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. Joe integrates Humanistic, Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral, and Gestalt Therapeutic interventions.
Joe’s hobbies and interests include organic gardening and landscape design, Muay Thai kickboxing, reading, politics, science, music, and sports. Favorite Teams: NY Giants, Yankees, Rangers; Favorite Sport: Soccer; Favorite Movie: Shutter Island; Favorite Music: All.
He looks forward to listening and understanding your unique life experience to help you build resilience and be empowered, as well as for you to achieve and exceed your personal goals.
“We are what we wish to become.” – Carl Jung