Dr. Vincent D’Amico
293 Christian Herald Road, Suite A
Valley Cottage, NY 10989
845 353 2229

Renowned psychologist offering life-changing family stress management and anxiety treatment in Rockland and Westchester, NY.

Serving Bergen, Orange County, Hudson Valley, Passaic, and Northern New Jersey.

Over 30 years of expertise in successful stress and anxiety therapy for children, teens, and adults.

Change your life with stress therapy and anxiety treatment in Rockland and Westchester, NY, with renowned psychologist Dr. Vincent D'Amico. Expert in treating individuals, families, children, and teens, Dr. D'Amico brings 31 years of knowledge. Begin your journey to well-being with an initial conversation.

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I am Dr. Vincent D'Amico, a Clinical Psychologist, Certified Nutritional Consultant, and Doctor of Integrative Medicine. I have a proven track record of successfully treating individuals across all age groups. My expertise includes providing anxiety therapy for children, teenagers, and adults. Additionally, I offer therapy and treatment for entire families who seek support together.

My private practice caters to Rockland County, New York, as well as Westchester, Orange, Bergen, and Passaic County, the Hudson Valley, and Northern New Jersey. Within my offices, I foster an environment of inner peace and family cooperation through transformative psychological care.

As a psychologist specializing in family, child, and teen stress therapy treatment, I offer affordable, comfortable, and drug-free care, including ADHD and ADD treatment. Elevate your stress and anxiety treatment experience with a highly rated psychologist and caregiver dedicated to achieving long-term results. Whether it's stress or anxiety treatment for teens, children, or adults in Rockland through Westchester, Bergen, or Orange County, NY, I am here to help.

If you or a loved one is grappling with an "emotional disorder" such as ADD/ADHD, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Anxiety Disorder, Depression, Autistic Spectrum Disorder, or other emotional/behavioral disorders, I am equipped to guide you through life's emotional challenges.

Understanding stress management and anxiety reduction starts with recognizing that stress is a response to a situation, encompassing physical, emotional, and/or spiritual reactions to external or internal demands. Frequently, stress manifests as anxiety, expressed through muscle tension, headaches, and upset stomach. Family, teen, or child stress management may involve addressing feelings of hopelessness, isolation, and loneliness.

At the Family Stress Reduction Institute in Valley Cottage, we specialize in natural, holistic psychological treatments for these conditions. For those seeking ADD/ADHD psychologists in NY, please reach out to me today.

My approach and offices focus on holistic care and drug-free therapy in the healing process. In a holistic understanding of our needs, we can see how many of us lose touch with our sense of self, as we struggle to manage the various demands for our attention. Whenever we experience time pressure, we are likely to feel stress and anxiety in our body, mind and Spirit.

Westchester, Rockland Stress Management Treatment

Prioritizing anxiety management entails a fundamental understanding of the adverse repercussions of stress. We expend additional energy to adapt to distressing situations, and some effects are overtly conscious. Manifestations such as gastrointestinal discomfort, heightened heart rate, perspiration, headaches, and fear are consciously experienced. However, numerous consequences of prolonged stress remain concealed or operate at the subconscious level, such as the elevation of hormones like cortisol and endorphins, activated to respond to stress-laden circumstances.

While it is undeniable that having a disease or illness induces stress, it is equally crucial to recognize the reverse dynamic: the impact of prolonged stress reactions in fostering conditions that heighten susceptibility to disease. In stress reduction psychology, applicable to families, couples, teens, and young children, ample evidence suggests that stress stands as a significant, if not the predominant, contributor to disease. Statistics indicate that over 75% of all diseases are linked to prolonged stress.

A pivotal truth in stress management is often overlooked in our culture, where there is a prevalent inclination to attribute diseases like diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke, arthritis, and cancer to genetic factors. While genetic traits are inherited, a genetic predisposition to a disease doesn't guarantee its manifestation. Stress reduction treatment acknowledges the substantial role played by stress reactions and anxiety in the disease process. How one manages stress and anxiety throughout life proves more influential than genetic inheritance in shaping future health and disease states.

"This information is intended for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace medical advice in any way, shape or form. It is recommended that before taking any steps or actions that you consult with a licensed healthcare professional such as a medical doctor.”


293 Christian Herald Road
Suite A
Valley Cottage, NY 10989
845 353-2229

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