Your Privacy & Security
I maintain strict confidentiality with all clients. If there is a need to discuss client information with other professionals, I will request written consent from the client or his/her legal guardians. I will only break confidentiality in instances when the client is a danger to themselves or others or in cases where I suspect abuse. Whenever possible, I will discuss the need to break confidentiality with you prior to doing so.
For more information regarding your privacy, including how psychological and medical information about you may be used and disclosed and how you can get access to this information, please read my Notice of Privacy Practices:
In the event of a psychiatric emergency, clients should call 911 or go to their nearest emergency room. Clients should not call or e-mail me regarding an emergency as I do not provide 24 hour client coverage.
I address issues that affect people from childhood through adulthood, and I currently work with a significant population of adults in their 20s, 30s, and 40s. Services include individual, couples and family psychotherapy, and parent counseling. I also offer referrals to psychiatrists in cases where psychopharmacology might be helpful to manage symptoms.
Dr. Saltzman is a member
of the WMHC:
Women’s Mental Health Consortium of NYC
How Often Will We Meet? Depending on your needs and availability, sessions are either weekly or twice weekly. In my experience, the success of therapy is strongly related to the client’s commitment to and investment in working on a consistent and regular basis; therefore, I generally do not offer therapy less frequently than once a