Robert S. McMillan, Ph.D.
NYS Licensed Psychologist
Sometimes it's the small things that throw you off - a kind act goes unappreciated, a loved one doesn't pick up your call, someone cuts in front of you on line - any one of these situations can open a core wound, ushering in anxiety or depression. But what if I told you that you can learn to avoid falling into reactive states and move through your world in serenity and happiness? There resides in you a boundless source of love and joy - a source that together we can tap.
My hunch is that you are reading this because you are feeling anxious or depressed or both. There is an alternative. Let's find it. My role as a clinical psychologist is to provide a warm, nonjudgmental environment in which to assist you in addressing core woundedness.
As we unearth the issues that hold you back, we will work to develop greater psychological, emotional, and relational coping skills that will allow for you to enjoy a peaceful, fulfilling, and productive life. I'm looking forward to hearing from you.
B.S. in Psychology, University of Rochester
Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, California School of Professional Psychology - San Francisco
Grief and Loss
Alcohol Abuse, Dependence, and Recovery
Drug Abuse, Dependence, and Recovery
Other Addictions and Recovery
(212) 840-8410 x306