Child & Family Psychology Expands to Kings Park

New Facility Offers Psychotherapy, Stress Management and Relaxation Treatment

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Child & Family Psychology, with its principal office in Franklin Square, has announced its expansion into Suffolk County by opening an office in Kings Park. The office, which opened on February 7, is located at 57 Main Street.

Child and Family Psychology's Kings Park office will offer psychotherapy services for children, families and couples, as well as relaxation treatments, stress management and overall anxiety reduction techniques for their patients. The office will be housed in a wellness center, which provides an in-house massage therapist, acupuncturist, herbalist and nutritionist. Seeing holistic wellness as a growing trend in the health field, Child & Family Psychology will offer cross-referrals for their patients who may need those services to the wellness center.

"The new Kings Park location is ideal for us," said Dr. Renee Clauselle, Founder, Child & Family Psychology. "In keeping with our holistic approach and belief that good health includes working with the mind and body, being housed in a wellness center will give us the opportunity to refer our patients to health and wellness practitioners, with an emphasis on natural medicine."

To make an appointment at the new location, call (631) 574-2466. For more information, visit


* Photos of Dr. Renee Clauselle are available via e-mail and upon request.

About Dr. Renee Clauselle
Dr. Renee Clauselle is a practicing child psychologist and founder of Child and Family Psychology, formerly called Psychologist on Wheels PC. She is also the Director of School Mental Health Services at St. John's University, and has served as an adjunct faculty member at both St. John's University and the Teacher's College at Columbia University. Dr. Clauselle frequently has speaking engagements throughout New York City and Long Island and serves as a Distinguished Faculty Member for Lorman Educational Services, where she has spoken on Autism Spectrum Disorders, Discipline, and Special Education. For more information, call (516) 750-4841 or visit