About the Practice
At Good Health Psychiatric Services P.C., we treat our patients with professionalism and compassion while providing exceptional psychiatric services. We place our patient’s health and well-being first, administering comprehensive and patient-centered treatment.
We are comprised of Board-Certified Nurse Practitioners, Psychotherapists and Psychiatrists, combining our knowledge and experience as a team, allowing us to better service our patients. We utilize this team effort to alleviate and treat varying psychiatric disorders, including, but not limited to, schizophrenia, depression, anxiety, bipolar, PTSD, and ADHD. We provide individual, family, and group psychotherapy to adult and child/adolescent psychiatry patients.
Our services are provided in person and/or via telehealth sessions, utilizing a collaborative union between psychiatric medication management, individualized treatment plans, psychotherapy and innovative technologies.
Meet the Team
Our supporting staff is the backbone of our practice. They will assist you with courtesy and empathy in English, Spanish, and Russian by phone or email.
Ahuda Jacob (AJ)
Patient Care Coordinator
Patient Care Coordinator
Patient Care Coordinator
Patient Care Coordinator
I am a board-certified Psychiatrist and a member of The American Psychiatric Association, fluent in English and Russian. I pride myself on over 25 years of experience, extensive education, and providing my patients the very best care to meet their Psychiatric needs.
I completed my Psychiatry Residency at Metropolitan Hospital, where I diagnosed and treated within In-Patient, Out-Patient, Child/Adolescent, Detoxification, Emergency, and Consultation units. I worked at Interfaith Medical Center for over ten years, evaluating and conducting emergency management to suicidal, violent and/or psychotic patients. This allowed me to gain extensive experience utilizing psychotropic medications to treat severe psychiatric disorders., diagnosing, and managing common psychological problems encountered in medical and neurological patients, such as non-compliance, stress, and adjustment reactions to life-threatening illnesses. At Interfaith Medical Center, I gained extensive experience using psychotropic medications to treat even the most severe psychiatric disorders. I took part in a Mobile Crisis Response Team, providing professional, same-day intervention for patients experiencing mental health crises.
Ten years ago, I decided to take my expertise and vast knowledge and apply them to my practice; Good Health Psychiatric Services P.C.. I built this medical practice around a collaborative team effort to assist every patient better, specializing in treating psychiatric conditions, such as PTSD, Bi-Polar disorder, depression, and anxiety. I believe in working side-by-side with my patients; in doing this, I can tailor treatment plans and psychiatric medications that cater to each patient’s individual needs.
I am a board-certified adult and family psychiatric and mental health nurse practitioner with a Bachelor’s degree from New York City College of Technology and a Master’s degree from CUNY Hunter College. I am a recipient of the Henry W. Wentz award for overall academic achievement and excellence in Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing. I am bilingual and therefore can service both English and Russian-speaking patients.
I have built my career around an uncompromising dedication to my patients, delivering safe, patient-centered, evidence-based care. Being respectful of my patient’s concerns, needs, and aspirations is what I strive for as a Nurse Practitioner. I take pride in my work and consider the aura of confidence and comfort my patients develop throughout their treatment as a personal achievement.
I evaluate and treat psychiatric disorders such as ADHD, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, bipolar disorder, anxiety, schizophrenia, and other psychotic disorders utilizing a unification of psychotropic medications and comprehensive, tailored treatment plans.
Stacy M Humphreys
I am a board-certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner and Pediatric Medical Registered Nurse. I have a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Economics from Cortland University, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Malloy College, and a Master’s degree as a Nurse Practitioner of Psychiatry from Stony Brook University. I have worked both as a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner and as a Pediatric Medical Nurse.
At Mather Hospital, I provided psychiatric and emotional guidance along with medicinal management to adolescent and adult patients in the partial hospitalization program and partial hospitalization eating disorder program. I was a travel Pediatric Medical RN for Aureus Medical Group at the Tripler Army Medical Center in Honolulu, Hawaii, working with inpatient acute medical care pediatric patients. Furthermore, I worked for a private practice administering targeted anticipatory guidance for children, adolescents, and adults. Through this, I was able to assist children and adults in gaining knowledge and utilizing preventative awareness for a better quality of life.
I gained experience at Northern Westchester Hospital conducting Emergency Room psychiatric evaluations, providing consultations and medicinal management for children, adolescents, and adults. I have traveled the country, worked with people of all ages, cultures, and populations, learning so much from the diversity in patients.
Present-day, I specialize in psychiatric disorders such as depression, anxiety, and bipolar. I have adopted a comprehensive, patient-focused, and evidence-based treatment approach founded in interdisciplinary care. I believe in collaborating with each patient to provide tailored and individualized care. I utilize my years of experience and diversity to formulate a compassionate and personalized treatment plan, including psychotherapy and pharmacological modalities.
Kalvin K Kapoor
I am a dual Board-Certified Psychiatrist trained in all aspects of psychiatric illnesses with a Bachelor’s degree from Pennsylvania State University and a Medical degree as a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. I have board certifications from the American Board of Neurology and Psychiatry and the American Osteopathic Board of Neurology and Psychiatry and am fluent in Hindi, Spanish, and Punjabi. I have received several awards in my career, such as the Resident Research Award from the Center for Excellence in Medical Education, and have conducted over a dozen clinical trials. I worked with a board-certified child and adolescent Psychiatrist conducting extensive research on ADHD in children and adolescents.
I completed my residency at University Hospital and Medical Center in Tamarac, Florida, where I acquired brain stimulation therapy training and Clozapine REMS certification to prescribe Clozapine to treat severe psychiatric disorders effectively. I also gained extensive experience in Emergency Psychiatry, Drug Addiction and Detox, Involuntary Placement, Baker Act, Psychotherapy, Psychiatry, Partial Hospitalization, and Intensive Outpatient Interventions. I have years of expertise in medication management and psychotherapy, allowing me to provide customized treatment plans that efficiently support patients in their healing.
I specialize in varying psychiatric disorders, from anxiety to depression and trauma. I believe in a warm and flexible approach, guiding patients to meet their goals, build insight and reduce symptoms. I devote myself to helping my patients achieve lasting results via medication and psychotherapy. I accomplish this by creating individualized treatment plans, assessing patient goals, unique life experiences, and biological risk factors.
I am a licensed board-certified clinical social worker in the state of New York with an Associates degree in Applied Science in Electronics and Computer Technology from DeVry College of New York, a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration in Computer Information System from Baruch College, and a Master’s degree in Social Work from Touro College. I completed my Social Work Internship at East New York Clubhouse and SUNY Downstate Medical Center, and worked as a Medical Social Worker at North Shore University Hospital, Mt. Sinai Brooklyn, The Jewish Board, and Maimonides Medical Center.
I gained experience providing therapeutic services to adults with severe and persistent psychiatric disorders and collaborated with interdisciplinary teams to develop treatment plans and discharge goals. I also provided individual psychotherapy along with social work services and crisis intervention counseling to inpatient adults. I provided crisis intervention counseling, completed psychosocial assessments, and practiced an assortment of modalities and interventions based on patients’ individual needs.
I currently specialize in trauma/post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety/panic disorders, health anxiety, depression, mood disorders, emotional regulation issues, anger management, impulse control, and unhealthy dysfunctional behaviors like eating disorders, substance abuse, and more.
My approach to diagnosis and treatment is compassionate and comforting. I utilize personalized techniques to assist patients in applying and incorporating their learned coping and healing skills into their everyday lives. At the heart of my practice is cultivating a trusting and collaborative relationship leading each patient to an improved quality of life.
Tessa A Zompanis
I am a board-certified adult psychiatric and mental health nurse practitioner with a degree from New York University. I have years of clinical in-patient and out-patient psychiatric experience working closely with staff psychiatrists to ensure accurate diagnoses and medication management.
I believe in assisting patients in improving self-awareness regarding mental health and medication compliance. My analysis begins with a comprehensive diagnostic evaluation to formulate a cooperative treatment plan for each patient. I aim to have a close collaborative relationship with my patients to build a strong foundation for the groundwork of each patient’s recovery.
My treatments involve a mixture of psychotherapy and psychotropic medication administration, allowing my patients to move beyond just symptom management, and get on the road to achieving a fuller, more enjoyable life.
I am an adult psychiatric and mental health nurse practitioner with a Bachelor’s degree from Boston University and a Master’s degree from Vanderbilt University, and a member of many esteemed organizations, such as the American Psychiatric Nurses Association and the American Society of Addiction Medicine. I have published various Psychiatric Publications and gained years of research experience at New York University Langone Medical Center.
I believe in supportive and transparent communication, allowing my patients to feel heard and empowered. It is essential to personally provide thorough evaluations and collaborative treatment planning for every patient. This approach, paired with psychotherapy and pharmacologic modalities, allows me to implement specific and comprehensive care. I practice patient-focused and evidence-based therapy founded in interdisciplinary care.
I have years of experience diagnosing and treating psychiatric disorders in in-patient, out-patient, community, and specialty settings, conducting medicine management, psychoeducation, and supportive therapy. I believe this diverse groundwork is especially well-suited in helping patients achieve distinct health goals.