Hallowell NYC

The New York Hallowell Center, located on New York City’s Upper West Side, opened in the fall of 2007 with an expert group of diverse practitioners – all of whom have trained directly under Dr. Hallowell.

The Hallowell NYC Difference

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Hallowell NYC Upcoming Events

november, 2019

12sep(sep 12)6:00 pm19dec(dec 19)6:00 pmFeaturedAdult ADHD Bi-weekly Support Group(september 12) 6:00 pm - (december 19) 6:00 pm EST Hallowell New York City, 117 West 72nd StreetEvent Type :New York City

14nov6:00 pm8:00 pmFeaturedManaging Homework Workshop (Evening)Time management, organization, planning, prioritizing , motivation and how to avoid homework challenges6:00 pm - 8:00 pm EST Hallowell New York City, 117 West 72nd StreetEvent Type :New York City

21nov6:30 pmFeaturedDBT GROUP FOR ADHDDBT for ADHD6:30 pm EST Hallowell New York City, 117 West 72nd StreetEvent Type :New York City

26nov10:00 amParents' of Children with ADHD Support GroupReducing stress, frustration, and disappointment in the face of ADHD 10:00 am EST Hallowell New York City, 117 West 72nd StreetEvent Type :New York City

About Dr. Hallowell

The founder of the Hallowell Centers for Cognitive and Emotional Health

Meet Dr. Hallowell

Testimonials:

"...The past 2 years have been the most dramatic upswing in my whole life which has me feeling that I am just starting out instead of ending up.  I went back to school to begin a long lost passion for a healthcare career - became a more patient, compassionate and stable mother, friend and partner - and most of all, became the person I wished to be that I knew was inside all this time but couldn't get there without my diagnosis and treatment of ADHD. Thank You New York City Hallowell Center!" - 46 year old mom

“Dr. Hallowell convinced my son ADHD is an ASSET not a liability. He took that lesson to heart and proves his asset to be like finding gold every day. What was once a glass half empty view of ADHD is now a glass overflowing with potential and enthusiasm.”
– Bob M.