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We are now offering telehealth therapy sessions to existing and new clients who reside in New York State. Due to the recent developments, insurance companies are now covering Teletherapy and video psychotherapy.

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We have created this Privacy Policy Pledge to demonstrate our firm commitment to protecting your privacy. The following statements show the methods used for gathering information on this website and how it will be used by Nassau Guidance & Counseling.

This website is owned and operated by Michael E. Blair and Kathleen Dwyer-Blair, of Nassau Guidance & Counseling. Our mailing address is: 1959 Monroe Avenue, North Bellmore. NY 11710, USA.

First and foremost, we are bound by a strict code of professional therapist / client ethics and cannot legally share confidential information. Therefore, we consider all information and data relating to users of this website to be absolutely confidential. Therefore, we will not release the names, email addresses or website URLs of users to any third parties including other users – unless we have your expressed consent or in the event we must comply with the law.

The only exception, aside from a request from law enforcement personnel, would be if the current owners sold the business, Nassau Guidance & Counseling, in which case you could continue receiving any information that you requested, only the person(s) producing the materials might be different – as long as the new publisher agreed to continue the operation under the terms you originally agreed to.

Our web servers do not automatically recognize or store any specific information, such as domain URLs, email addresses, or names.

However, in order to help us better serve our site’s visitors, our web servers occasionally store certain accumulated general information, such as which web pages are viewed most often. None of this information however, refers to specific visitors, domain names or email addresses.

Our site's optional opt-in form requires users to give us their contact information (i.e. name and email address).

We use our visitors’ contact information from the opt-in form to send information about Nassau Guidance & Counseling. This information may also used to contact visitors, if necessary.

By providing your name, email address and/or other contact information after the posting and announcement of this policy, you agree that we are not to share this information for any reason, including if, or when, you un-subscribed to any regularly email materials, such as newsletters.

Users may opt-out of receiving future mailings; see the choice/opt-out section below.

This website may also contain links to other websites. Nassau Guidance & Counseling is not responsible for their privacy practices or content.


This site has security measures in place to protect the loss, misuse and/or alteration of the information under our control. This site contains links to other sites.

Although we take great care to protect access to our website, we do not have control over any parties that may gain access to our website without our permission for the purpose of collecting email addresses and other data in order to make commercial gain from such actions. Nassau Guidance & Counseling is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such websites.

Children's Privacy And Usage Disclaimer

Nassau Guidance & Counseling is a USA-based company and our servers are based in the US as well. We are committed to complying with the details of the US, 1998, C.O.P.P.A Children's Online Privacy Protection Act.

The 1998 C.O.P.P.A Act states that websites are not allowed to collect private information from children under the age of 13, without written permission from a child's parents or guardians.

If you are under the age 13, or, if you have a child under this age who wishes to use areas of the site that require personal information be given, please send written permission to: Nassau Guidance & Counseling. Our mailing address is:

If you are a parent or guardian who finds that your child has given private information, while using this website you can request that this information is deleted by emailing us at:

Websites maintained by Nassau Guidance & Counseling may have links to other websites, which give additional information or resources, which are provided for the convenience of our users.

These websites are publicly available on the World Wide Web; they may sometimes contain material or links to websites that are objectionable to some of our visitors. While Nassau Guidance & Counseling does attempt to review sites for appropriate content; we have no control over the information on other websites; nor does linking imply our endorsement. We strongly urge parents to monitor children's Internet usage.

Choice / Opt-Out

Our site provides users the opportunity to opt-out of receiving communications from us. This site gives users the option to have their information removed from our database and to choose not receive future communications, by sending us an email request at:

Corrections / Updates

This site gives users the option to change and modify information previously provided. You can send email to:

How To Contact Us About Our Website

If you have any questions about this privacy statement, the practices of this site, or your dealings with this website, you can also contact us at:

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