Christopher Conway is a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) who believes in the power of counseling to help improve the social and emotional well-being of the clients he serves. Chris received both his undergraduate and graduate degrees at Stony Brook University. He has extensive experience working with children and adolescents who struggle with ADHD, anxiety, and difficulty with socialization, as well as their caretakers. He also has experience working with children and adolescents diagnosed with severe emotional disturbances and developmental disabilities placed under the care of the New York State Office of Children and Family Services.

Though Chris has a passion for working with children and adolescents, he has learned through his work that supporting the caretakers of children is just as important. He now incorporates parent coaching into his work with children and offers individual counseling with adults who struggle with anxiety, depression, and trauma. Chris has the unique ability to form strong connections with his clients while also holding them accountable to their commitment to work to improve their life.

Christopher’s goal is to increase the self-esteem of all people and empower them to reach their full potential.  He believes that forming a trusting and supportive clinical relationship is crucial to success.

Christopher Conway, LMSW

Christopher’s greatest strength as a professional social worker is being able to communicate understanding, warmth, respect, interest, and hope to his clients and other people whole play a role in their life such as teachers, doctors, and other providers.  Through his experiences and background in the social work profession, Christopher has developed the ability to make comprehensive assessments and deliver appropriate and effective interventions for the children, individuals, and families he serves.  He believes that a positive support system in the lives of children and adults significantly increases their ability to meet individual goals and experience personal growth.