Recovery Now Opens its Doors in Mamaroneck NY

We’re open!

In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, Recovery Now will open its doors this Wedneday May 17th in our very first office-based location for psychotherapy & mental health advocacy services in Mamaroneck. 

Please join us for our ribbon cutting ceremony 9 am Wednesday morning.
We look forward to announcing the launching of additional services later this month and throughout the summer as business operations take off at Recovery’s Now first office location. 

We are taking referrals at this time and are open for business!

I am a psychotherapist certified by the New York State Office of Mental Health in Evidence-Based Practices for children, adolescents, & adults with a mental health diagnosis. His experience & training are diverse… thus his methods & practice are rooted in a belief in recovery for everyone. 

I work with children, adolescents, families, adults, & couples.

Through the course of treatment, my clients reveal their strength to live beyond their struggles. My clients cultivate constructive self-management strategies to reduce their symptoms & develop coping strategies that actually work. 

I create a warm & comfortable environment so that my clients… whether they are children, adolescents, or adults… feel free to kick off their shoes & feel at home. I find ways to be creative & inspiring while adhering to cognitive behavior principles & utilizing evidence based treatments.

My experience includes practicing with an Assertive Community Treatment Team (ACT) in upstate New York where I worked primarily with adults & families. I have also worked with the MHA system of care in Westchester County where he delivered mobile mental health services to children, adolescents, & families in need of home-based psychotherapy. My experience in different types of outpatient mental health settings has contributed to his ability to work with a wide range of difficulties including anxiety, depression, self-esteem, mood disorders, ADHD, & behavior problems.

 Utilizing an eclectic & collaborative approach, incorporating family systems theory, interpersonal & psychodynamic perspectives, dialectical behavior therapy, & cognitive-behavioral techniques, I seek to help my clients reach a better understanding of themselves & others so they can thrive & not just survive.



  • J. Peters writes on his lived experience, and also brings his story into his work. J blogs daily on his site and for other sites around the United States and Europe, bringing his passion for mental health to consumers everywhere.

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