Supporting women who are in any
stage of ending a relationship or
have a history of difficult romantic
Women talk, share,
support each other.
Our staff is diverse and we support peaceful protests.
We do not support any harm to anyone,
any time, anywhere - ever.
9-27-20 Support Groups Available
Our offices are open. Please review important guidelines if you plan on receiving therapy
in our the office - here.
For the teletherapy video
or phone options, please contact your therapist, call our office at 562-9816 or
email new requests to:
We are here for you,
we will get through this together.
Credit Card Payments
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Dealing with Chronic
The mission of our caring and compassionate professional staff is to provide welcoming, collaborative, evidenced based effective and cost effective treatment approaches to improve outcomes for those we serve. We respect the complexity and diversity of each individual/family served towards promoting improved mental health, wellness, self-determination, self empowerment, and resiliency.
We are a group private practice providing psychotherapy to individuals, families, and groups. We also provide education and trainings to companies and provide employee assistance evaluations.
We are trained in providing cognitive behavioral therapy, insight-oriented therapy, ego-supportive therapy and DBT. Each person is assessed to decide what treatment will work best to improve their coping and functioning. We assess each client to determine what treatment protocols are indicated.
Please call our office 845-562-9816 to confirm group meeting days and times. Update 9-28-20 - Support Groups Available.
Coping strategies and supportive psychotherapy group for men and women.
Relationship Support Group
We are Proud to Announce our New Book Available for Purchase in our Office or at Amazon
Chicken Little, Come Out! The Sky Is Not Falling!: Helping Children Express and Cope with Their Anxiety
by Michele Winchester Vega D.S.W. LCSW-R (Author), Sharen Casazza M.D. (Author), Katie Helpley LMFT, RPT (Author), Corrine Varavides LCSW SBL-SDL (Author), Dorian Skelton (Illustrator), Elle Svoboda (Illustrator) - Mango Publishing
Calm Your Child’s Fear and Anxiety with Chicken Little - This new take on the children’s classic Chicken Little is designed to help children identify and normalize their worries, fears, and anxieties and encourage mental health awareness and strategies for improved coping.
Learn more and pre-order your book at Amazon by clicking here.
See our book announcement featured on Your Health Hub.
Sept 2, 2020 - Read book review in The Cornwall Local
Sept 25, 2020 - Read book review in Orange County Post
Stay Safe - Don't Forget the Basics
*Wash your hands.
*Don't touch your face.
*Stay 6 feet away.
*Don't get complacent.
We provide therapy using the following
modalities based on your individual need:
We are members of the National
Association of Social Workers
(NASW) and accept most major
medical insurance. We will provide
the courtesy of billing your insurance
company and advocating
on your behalf.
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Dr. Michele Winchester-Vega & Associates
Main Office: 3250 U.S. Rt 9W
New Windsor, New York 12553
2 Industrial Drive
Florida, NY 10921
Tel: 845-562-9816 Fax: 845-863-0351
Dr. Michele Winchester-Vega, 2019 Women of Achievement Bobby Lahey Alumnae Award Recipient Interview
Mental Health and COVID-19
Please see links below for resources and advice during this difficult time: