not your average care

David L  Myrow , PhD

Licensed Psychologist

Office Address:
822 Center Road
West Seneca, NY 14224
Phone: 716-675-6702
Fax: 716-675-6704
please call for appointment


Education and Additional Certifications/Training:
Ph.D. in Educational Psychology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (1972)
Postdoctoral Training in Clinical Psychology, Syracuse University (1974-79)
Certified at the Professor level by the International Board of Examiners of Child Therapists
Registered Supervisor, Association for Play Therapy

Professional Affiliations:
American Psychological Association
New York State Psychological Association
Psychological Association of Western New York (member & Past President)
Theraplay Institute in Chicago (Affiliate Trainer)
Clinical Assistant Professor, State University at Buffalo School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry

Areas of Special Interest:
  • Anger Management
  • Anxiety
  • Attachment Disorders in Children
  • Attention Deficit Disorder
  • Children of Divorce / Step Family Issues
  • Couple / Marital Therapy
  • Depression
  • Family Therapy
  • Fears / Phobias
  • Play Therapy

Age Group Served: Adults Adolescents and Children

CIinical Orientation:
  • Cognitive Therapy
  • Family Systems Therapy
  • Hypnotherapy (Hypnosis)
  • Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

Insurance:
Please contact office for current information

Additional Info:
Welcome to Dr. Myrow's office! It is a place where:• children and their parents can develop more rewarding styles of interactions • teenagers and their parents can improve communications skills • adults working individually can get in touch with their own needs and directions • couples can find better ways of working together and resolving differences and • Mental Health and Education professionals can extend their skills and knowledge about working with children and families (via our frequent professional workshops).  Philosophy:People who consult Dr. Myrow as clients are having some kind of struggle within themselves or between themselves and other people. Sometimes it is necessary to bring together the various people involved (as in family therapy or school consultation), and sometimes it is better for a person to find his or her own way. While each situation is different, the general approach Dr. Myrow takes is to:• Define reasonable goals • Utilize the clients' strengths• Engage outside resources, if appropriate (e.g., school, family, or friends)• Understand (when helpful) how present difficulties have their roots in past situations• Work toward positive action to resolve struggles and reach goals• Every effort is made to help clients work as quickly as possible to achieve meaningful change.