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Suffolk County Psychological Association

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P. O. Box 397
Commack, New York - 11725 United States
Website: http://www.suffolkpsych.org

Suffolk County Psychological Association is located in Long Island, New York. SCPA's mission is to promote the profession of psychology in Suffolk County through fellowship, education and advocacy. Our members provide a wide variety of psychological services to individuals, couples and families including but not limited to psychotherapy, counseling and evaluations in their private practices, schools, hospitals, clinics, nursing homes and universities.Our site has a searchable database to help someone find a psychologist near them, one who treats a specific kind of problem, is in their insurance plan, and/or provides a specific type of treatment.

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