Healthy Life Series Continues In January

Phelps Hospital’s Healthy Life series offers the community a wide range of programs on health-related subjects as well as numerous health screenings and support groups. All events are free and take place... Read more »

NewYork-Presbyterian Community Events During January

NewYork-Presbyterian announced a series of community events available to the public for the month of January. From a cooking class featuring foods that support a restful sleep, to a “Meet the Physician”... Read more »

Then & Now

December, 1997.  New local paper.  Coincidentally, it’s also the month I moved into Sleepy Hollow, having moved to Westchester a few years before.  I worked in Rockland and made that commute across... Read more »

Midwifery Practice Joins Phelps Medical Associates

Full Circle Women’s Health, the midwifery practice based in Harrison, is entering a new chapter in its 15 years of service. The practice will expand under Phelps Medical Associates, a member of... Read more »

Not a Word…Let Alone a Touch

In recent months there have been scores of accusations of sexual misconduct by famous, rich, and/or powerful men.  A social media movement labeled #metoo identified victims of outright violent rape and other... Read more »

Healthy Life Series in November at Phelps Hospital

Phelps Hospital’s Healthy Life series offers the community a wide range of programs on health-related subjects as well as numerous health screenings and support groups. All events are free and take place... Read more »

This Fall… Think Pink

As we welcome in the fall season and its wonderful autumn colors,we are also reminded to “Think Pink.”  October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month. As a survivor I can’t stress enough... Read more »

Facing Fears

In planning for this issue, Publisher Robert Bonvento and I decided to get into the spirit of the season and write about what people like about being scared on purpose, such as... Read more »

Relationsips… Marinating in Mistakes

As a psychologist, and as any therapist can attest, I often scratch my head and wonder why people stay in the situations they do, make the same mistakes over and over, or... Read more »

Moving Up and Moving On in 2017

Every year in my practice I tend to have at least a couple of twelfth graders getting ready to move on to college.  Some of our local districts are fairly small, stable,... Read more »