[vc_row custom_background=”custom” bg_image=”2698″ min_height=”400″ margin_bottom=”40″ parallax=”yes”][vc_column width=”1/1″][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]I have been a therapist, teacher, author, researcher and clinical supervisor for over three decades. I am trained in all of the main models of therapy and take pride in listening very carefully in order to structure a treatment that is tailor-made for each person. Each client will be able to judge the level of understanding, compassion and expertise that they are receiving and we move forward with giving each other feedback so as to make sure that our work together is satisfactory and meeting agreed upon goals.
Dr. Mones is a Diplomate in Clinical Psychology who works with children, teens, adults, couples and families. He is an Approved Supervisor of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy. He is licensed in New York and Massachusetts. Art is a Certiﬁed Internal Family Systems Therapist.
Dr. Mones is on the faculty of the Adelphi University Derner Institute Postgraduate Training Program in Couples Therapy. Art was Coordinator of Marriage and Family Therapy Training in the Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology at St. John’s University for 18 years. He also was a faculty member of the Long Island Institute for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy. Prior to that he served as Director of Psychological Services at Peninsula Counseling Center on Long Island. Art has maintained a private practice for over three decades. He has presented workshops in his areas of specialization on a local and national level. In addition, Dr. Mones currently offers monthly professional consultation groups, teaching and supervising colleagues as they explore the essence of healing in psychotherapy.
Mones, A. (1998a). Oppositional children and their families: An adaptational dance in space and time. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 68, 147-153.
Mones, A. (1998b). Oppositional behavior in children. In Personality development and psychotherapy in our diverse society. R.A. Javier & W.G. Herron (Eds.), pp.258-281, New York: Jason Aronson.
Mones, A. (2001). Exploring themes of sibling experience to help resolve couples conflict. The Family Journal, 9, 4, 455-460.
Mones, A. (2003). The (r)evolution of family therapy: Adaptation, protection and the functional hypothesis from Bateson to internal family systems therapy. Journal of Self Leadership, 9-14.
Mones, A. & Haswell, E. (1998). Morality as a Verb: The process of moral development within the “family culture”. Journal of Social Distress and the Homeless, 7,2, 91-105.
Mones, A., & Panitz, P. (1994). Marital violence: An integrated systems approach. Journal of Social Distress and the Homeless, 3(1), pp.39-51.
Mones, A., & Patalano, F. (2000). From projective identification to empathic connection: The transformation of a marriage from the inside out. Journal of Couples Therapy, 9, 57-66.
Mones, A., & Schwartz, R.C. (2007). The functional hypothesis: A family systems contribution toward an understanding of the healing process of the common factors. Journal of Psycho-therapy Integration, 17, 4, 314-329.
Mones, A. (2014). Transforming troubled children, teens and their families: An Internal Family Systems Model for Healing. New York: Routledge.
Mones, A. (2014). KidsWorld: Inside and Out. A therapeutic board game for children based on the Internal Family Systems model. Chicago: Stoelting Co.