57 North Street

Suite 419
Danbury, Connecticut 06810
Notice:

GROUP ART THERAPY FOR STUDENTS OF SANDY HOOK SCHOOL

 

Family Study Center is providing art therapy groups for the students of Sandy Hook School who experienced the tragic shooting event on Friday, December 14, 2012. These groups will be led by art therapists experienced in traumatic loss work with children and will be provided at no cost to the families.


For more information contact Ellie Nicol ATR-BC, Board-certified Art Therapist at 203-778-2020 X12


Groups will start as soon as possible.

About Us

Dr. John G. Gelinas, Jr., MD, PC, and the Family Study Center, Inc., is a comprehensive and private, outpatient practice located in Danbury, Connecticut. Dr. Gelinas is a Board-Certified Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatrist who works in conjunction with highly trained and experienced on-staff psychotherapists. Together, they work to perform an effective psychiatric evaluation, formulation, diagnosis and treatment plan that will best fit the needs of every individual patient.

 

The practice provides outpatient services for pediatric, adolescent, and adult patients. Treatment modalities deal with the individual, families, couples, teens, adults, and group work. Therapy centers on some of the following issues:

 

  • Self-Esteem
  • Depression
  • Relationship Counseling
  • Divorce and Seperation
  • Anxiety and Panic Disorders
  • Eating Disorders
  • Substance Abuse and Recovery
  • Adolesent and Child Behavioral and Social Disorders
  • ADHD/ADD
To make an appointment or receive additional information, please call (203) 778-2020 and leave your name and contact information.
 
Someone will promptly return your call. All calls are returned within the business day.

Our Practice Philosophy

We seek to understand each patient’s individual history, to diagnose accurately, and to formulate appropriate treatment plans.

 
We consider each patient’s unique biological, psychological, neurological, developmental, and social history. We recognize that the best way to help and to serve each patient is to appreciate each one as an individual with both worthy strengths and relative weaknesses.
 
We serve to provide comprehensive treatment and to collaborate with one another, as well as with primary care providers, specialists, school teacher and administrators, family members, adjunct clinicians, and advocates. At the same time, we never forget that maintaining privacy is essential and paramount.
 
We work as highly trained and experienced psychiatric clinicians. Together, we keep up with the state of the art of psychiatric evaluation and treatment, including psychotherapeutic modalities and psychiatric medication management. We treat people – not merely symptoms and disorders.
 
We believe we need to remain humble, as we seek to help each patient and every family to find answers for their personal struggles, while we offer continued encouragement, optimism, and professionalism.