The Weill Cornell Medicine Center for Trauma and Addiction is an outpatient, evidence based mental health treatment program that focuses on healing developmental and adult trauma.

For our client’s safety and convenience, all services are currently being offered virtually using a secure Weill Cornell Medicine platform.


Our Approach

Our faculty and clinical staff address PTSD and related issues using a three phase approach and EMDR Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy. 

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"My therapy experience with Gerard at the Center has been nothing short of extraordinary and has had a profound positive impact on my life.


Gerard has not only guided me through understanding my PTSD and allowing me to feel like I was in control of my own emotions again, but also allowed me to surpass my own personal and professional goals as a result of my therapy."

MP, veteran and former EMT

Treating PTSD and Trauma with EMDR 

The Weill Cornell Medicine Center for Trauma and Addiction faculty and clinical staff address PTSD and related issues using a three phase approach of stabilization, traumatic memory processing, and reintegration. The Center’s primary treatment modality is EMDR, an evidence based therapeutic intervention with a very high success rate.

After undergoing a one session psychiatric evaluation, each client is assigned to a trauma trained psychotherapist with a minimum of 10 years experience.  Treatment is tailored to the individual; services are available virtually or in person, based on the clients’ needs.


Insurance Information

We accept Aetna, Trustmark and Empire BC/BS Insurance. We also work with clients who are self-pay or who can use out of network insurance.