Graham Mental Health

About

Graham Windham Community Mental Health Services offers a variety of evidence-based treatment for children and young adults, 5-25 years of age, based on our comprehensive psychiatric and biopsychosocial evaluations. We offer individual therapy, family therapy, psychopharmacology management, and support services. Our Manhattan Mental Health Clinic offers walk-in hours for immediate mental health assessments. Each treatment plan will be determined based on the needs of the individual client. We also offer bilingual services in Spanish.

**Effective Friday, October 13, 2023 our location at 274 West 145th Street is closed for renovation, and will reopen in approximately one year. Our temporary location is in We Work at 8 West 126th Street, Floor 3.**

Contact Us

For more information on our behavioral services or to schedule an appointment at any of our mental health sites, please contact our general intake number 212-368-4100 or email us at GWMHReferrals@graham-windham.org.

Please note that our walk-in hours are currently suspended at our Manhattan Mental Health Clinic. All sessions are currently being offered via telemental health using a secure video/audio platform and/or telephonically. We are accepting new intakes and welcome you to reach us with any questions or to learn about the services we offer.

Graham Windham Manhattan Mental Health Clinic
**Virtual TeleMental Health & Limited In-Person Services at This Time**
Temporary location during renovations:
8 West 126th Street, 3rd Floor (We Work)
New York, NY 10027
Please call 212-368-4100 for in-person office hours before visiting as they are subject to change.

Graham Windham Bronx Mental Health Clinic
**Virtual TeleMental Health & Limited In-Person Services at This Time**
1946 Webster Avenue
Bronx, NY 10457
Please call 212-368-4100 for in-person office hours before visiting as they are subject to change.

Graham Windham Brooklyn Satellite Clinic
**Virtual TeleMental Health & Limited In-Person Services at This Time**
195 Montague Street, 8th Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Please call 212-368-4100 for in-person office hours before visiting as they are subject to change.

Our Staff

Graham Windham’s multidisciplinary team is composed of a dual board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrist, a psychiatric nurse practitioner, clinical social workers, and licensed mental health counselors. Our staff is extensively trained in many different behavioral treatment modalities and can accommodate the evaluation and treatment of many DSM-V diagnoses.

Dr. Abbey Faruzzo is the Medical Director and Attending Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist at Graham Windham. Dr. Faruzzo completed her residency at St. Vincent’s Catholic Medical Center, and her fellowship at New York Presbyterian with the department of Psychiatry at Columbia University and Weill Cornell Medicine. She holds dual board certifications with the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in Psychiatry and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Dr. Faruzzo specializes in performing psychiatric evaluations and psychotropic medication management.


Carol Mills Kamara, LCSW is an Administrative Supervisor who oversees clinical and administrative processes at Graham Wellness clinics. She supports the clinical staff, promoting the development of counseling skills and therapeutic approaches; collaborates with staff across various programs at Graham, and coordinates trainings for staff and birth and foster parents. Carol also provides psychotherapy to children and youths as well as collateral support for their caregivers. Carol takes a compassionate, strengths-based, and interactive approach to her work. She is committed to helping others break through barriers to uncover limiting beliefs and behaviors, allowing for a renewed sense of purpose and empowerment in their lives. She is experienced in helping people to overcome issues related to attachment, trauma, depression, anxiety, life transitions, and conflict resolution. She earned her Social Work Master’s degree from Fordham University – clinical concentration. She has completed various post-graduate trainings, including Trauma-focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), and is a member of the TFCBT National Therapist Certification Program; Motivational Interviewing, Collaborative Problem Solving, and non-profit management and leadership. Carol is also a member of the New York City Medical Reserve Corps.


Khursheda Alam is a Mental Health Counselor with experience providing care for adults and children. Her approach to treatment is client-centered, strength-based and tailored to meet each individual’s needs. Through the collaborative process of therapy, she seeks to create a safe space that is warm, empathic, compassionate, and dedicated to helping clients build coping skills and develop through self-exploration and growth. She received her Master’s in Mental Health Counseling from Brooklyn College, CUNY and has training in psychodynamic, humanistic, cognitive-behavioral, and person-centered approaches.


Mazier Tejada is Clinician with experience in child welfare. She received her Master’s in Social Work from Fordham University. Mazier graduated from College of Staten Island with a dual Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Political Science with a minor in Spanish and Philosophy. Mazier also has clinical experience and has utilized modalities such as Motivational Interviewing and strength-based approaches to meet the needs of her clients. In her role she will bring her experience in child welfare and educational background to partner and support children and families to build positive connections in the community and make a difference in their lives.


Marie Wyatt is a full-time LMSW clinician at Graham-Windham’s Brooklyn site. She completed her Master’s in Social Work at New York University, and specializes in providing therapy to children and adolescents. She is certified in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT), and also uses a variety of other modalities such as Play Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Solution-Focused Therapy to meet clients’ needs.