Last updated: 12/1/2019

Myles Glatter, LICSW, ACSW (401) 245-6891
Last Updated: 12/1/2019
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Gender: Male

Languages Spoken:
English

Specialties
Focusing on:
Child Abuse and Neglect Grief/Loss Interpersonal Relationships Life Transitions Sexual Abuse/Rape Stress
Also serving:
Abuse and/or Neglect Academic Accommodations Addictions/Other (gambling, sex, etc.) Advocacy Anger Management Anxiety/Panic Disorders Asperger's Syndrome Attention Deficit (Hyperactivity) Disorder Autism Spectrum Behavioral Problems Bipolar Disorders Career/Employment Concerns Couple or Marital Issues Depression Developmental Disability Domestic Violence Education Education/Personal Development Family Issues Learning Disabilities Men's Issues Multicultural Issues Parenting Issues Selective Mutism Sexual Orientation Sexuality Issues Sleep Disorders Suicidal Thoughts Trauma/PTSD
Office and Contact Information
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Myles Glatter, LICSW
840 Smithfield Avenue- Suite 202
Lincoln, RI 02865  

(401) 245-6891

Contact: Myles Glatter

Office Hours:
MonClosed
TueClosed
WedBy appointment
ThuClosed
FriClosed
SatClosed
SunClosed
Online Schedule: Schedule
Average wait time for new clients: Not specified

Response Time to Call:
Weekdays: 12 Hours
Weekends: 12 Hours

Accessibility:
Emergency Appointments
Evening Office Hours

Qualifications
Degrees:
MSW

Years of Experience: 34

Licensing:
RI - LICSW [ISW 00269]

Credentials and Certifications:
Academy of Certified Social Workers (ACSW)
Licensed School Social Worker

Fees and Payment Options
Individual: $90
Couples: N/A
Group: N/A
Family: $90

Sliding Scale: No

Accept Credit Card: No


Free Services:
Advocacy
Brief Phone Consultation
Crisis Intervention
Information & Referral
One Hour per week for Military and Families

Insurance:
Neighborhood Health Plan United Behavioral Health (UBH)

Age Groups and Specific Populations (focus areas are bold)
Age groups:
Adolescents (13-17) Adults (26-59) Children (6-12) Young Adults (18-25)
Preschool (Under 6) Seniors (60 +)
Specific populations:
Offenders/Perpetrators
ACOA (Adult Children of Alcoholics) Adopted Caregivers Children of Divorce College Students Learning Disability Military/Veterans Step Families Suicidal Unemployed
Treatment Methods and Approaches
Theoretical approaches - focus areas:

Other theoretical approaches:
Advocacy Behavioral Case Management Coaching Cognitive/Behavioral Contemplative Crisis Intervention Education Consultation Evaluation/Diagnostic Family-Based Treatment (FBT) Forensic Evaluation Humanistic Information and Referral Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) Long-Term Mindfulness Based Approaches Outreach Parent Guidance Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) Play Therapy Psycho-Educational Psychodynamic Relational Short-Term (Brief Treatment) Social Support Systemic Vocational Counseling/Rehabilitation
Methods - focus areas:
Individual
Other methods:
Couple/Marital Educational or Psycho-Educational Family Systems
Religious and Multi-cultural Experience (focus areas are bold)
Religious experience:
Christian Jewish Muslim
Multi-cultural experience:
African-American Asian Cape Verdean Hispanic Portuguese
Professional Associations
National Association of Social Workers (NASW)