These days, Dr. Michael A Civin, Ph.D. works as a specialist in clinical psychology in New York City, where he has long been highly regarded in the close-knit psychological services industry, due to his long career there. In addition to being a co-founder of Rose Hill, where he is a senior psychologist, Dr. Civin also works out of a private practice that serves patients in the Bayville, Astoria and Manhattan areas of the city. He likes to treat new patients, but he also treats many who have been with him as a patient for a long time. No matter who he treats, he does so with the greatest of care. Rose Hill was founded as a way to offer high-quality psychological services to underserved populations that previously had a hard time affording the best services. That was so successful, they now have three offices.
Most of the time these days, Dr. Michael A. Civin, Ph.D. Can be found accepting and treating new and longtime patients at both his private medical office and at the firm he founded, Rose Hill Psychological Services. He found that psychological services firm back about a decade ago to offer something that was very rare in New York City at the time. He located Rose Hill in a great area near Fordham University in the Bronx, in order to provide affordable high-quality psychological services to a formerly underserved population.
It is interesting that mental health professionals have gotten such a bad reputation. The negative stigma surrounding the psychology industry is starting to lift and the reprieve couldn’t come fast enough. Society has been adding stresser upon stresser which has made people even more psychologically in need of assistance. Also, the violence, bullying and other injuries that damage the psyche are at an all time high. If one could simply move themselves beyond the negative stigma, they could find themselves with positive results.
One of the greatest downfalls the negative stigma has caused is that of a mental health professionals shortage, especially in highly stressed and populated areas.
Dr. Michael A Civin, PhD has been passionate about helping people since the beginning of his adult life. He became a psychologist in order to help people from the deepest roots of their problems. Dr. Michael A Civin, PhD has an awareness of the shortage in his area of New York City and because of this he is always aiming to make room for new patients. He offers services ranging from appointments, preventative care, medical care as well as ongoing patient care in order to ensure that whatever kind of help that is needed, he is able to provide it. People don’t always seem to understand that therapy and the field of psychology is really just an opportunity to get to understand yourself better so that you can make good choices for your future.
These days, Michael A. Civin, Ph.D. accepts and treats new and longtime patients at both his private medical office and at the firm he founded, Rose Hill Psychological Services back in 2007, in an underserved area near Fordham University in the Bronx in New York City, Rose Hill was founded to offer affordable high-quality psychological services to underserved populations at prices that made them accessible to more people. Their services were so well-received, they have been able to expand to three offices, including one on the Upper West Side of Manhattan and another in Mohegan Lake, New York.
Through every one of those locations, as well as in his private practice, Michael A. Civin, Ph.D. and his team are committed to providing the highest-quality service at an affordable price. Dr. Civin has long been a fixture in the close-knit psychological services industry in New York City over the course of a career that has lasted for nearly three decades. Besides being a co-founder of Rose Hill Psychological Services beginning in 2007, where he is a senior psychologist, Michael A. Civin, Ph.D. also works out of a private practice that serves patients in Astoria, Manhattan, and Bayville areas of New York..
Michael A. Civin, Ph.D. has a very strong commitment to education, in addition to experience. It’s no wonder, since he has an obvious love of learning. Michael graduated from Harvard in 1968 with his A.B. degree, which he earned cum laude. He earned his first Master of Arts degree in 1970 from the University of Oregon and his second, in Clinical Psychology from the Gordon F. Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies at Adelphi University in 1986.