We offer in person services at our offices in Englewood, NJ, and New York City, as well as telehealth to patients living in New York, New Jersey, and Florida.
Dr. Chinwe Idigo graduated from the University of Louisville in 2020 with a Ph.D. in counseling psychology. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at Rutgers University Behavioral Healthcare in Newark, NJ, and worked for Bergen County’s Division of Family Guidance following her internship. In her clinical work, Dr. Idigo, utilizes a strength-based developmental approach to empower adults, adolescents, couples, and families to strengthen relational skills and empower them to cultivate a life that is emotionally healthy and fulfilling. Dr. Idigo draws from a variety of theoretical approaches including psychodynamic, client-centered, ACT, and CBT to encourage clients to reach their goals. Dr. Idigo treats a variety of disorders and specifically has extensive training working with clients struggling with trauma, anxiety, depression, perfectionism, personality dysfunction, behavioral issues, and interpersonal difficulties. She is trained in providing psychological assessments for diagnostic and clinical clarification as well as court-ordered psychological assessments. Dr. Idigo also has experience facilitating therapy groups to address specific clinical issues, such as anger-management, women’s issues, interpersonal skills group, and emotional regulation skills. She was the recipient of the American Psychological Association/2019 Award for Distinguished Graduate Student in Professional Psychology.
Dr. Jonathan N. Fiskus is a licensed psychologist specializing in adolescents and adults. He graduated from Hofstra University with a Doctor of Psychology degree in School-Community Psychology. Dr. Fiskus received clinical training at Hofstra’s PERC Clinic and further training at Interborough Developmental and Consultation Center in Brooklyn, NY as well as Great Neck’s school system. Having served as a school psychologist at Yachad (The National Jewish Council for Disabilities), he has experience working with individuals with learning, intellectual, and developmental challenges. In addition, Dr. Fiskus has also worked in private practice settings providing evidence-based psychotherapy to adolescents and adults. He has conducted full battery psychological and neuropsychological assessments for students struggling with academic emotional and behavioral challenges. He has also helped students receive accommodations on standardized testing including college students and young adults who are seeking to better understand their strengths and weaknesses. Dr. Fiskus has conducted mental health and fire-risk evaluations for the Administration for Children’s Services (ACS) in New York City as well as court-ordered evaluations for the Department of Social Services in Westchester. At The Kahane Center, Dr. Fiskus provides individual and family therapy using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to guide each person towards overcoming challenges and achieving overall well-being. In addition to therapy, Dr. Fiskus also provides comprehensive and individualized neuropsychological assessments and provides feedback and consultation to families and schools.