New York Center for Living

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226 East 52nd Street
New York, New York 10022

Treatment Center Settings

  • Residential Neighborhood

Facility Highlights

Parent Education/Support Group

Art Therapy Program

Culinary Arts and Nutrition Group

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Meet The Staff

Marianne Chai, M.D.

Marianne Chai, MD is board certified in general and child and adolescent psychiatry and is board eligible in addiction psychiatry and integrative and holistic medicine. She completed her residency training in general psychiatry at New York University, followed by fellowships in child and adolescent psychiatry, at the New York University Child Study Center, and addiction psychiatry, at New York University Medical Center Division of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse. Dr. Chai earned her Doctorate in Medicine from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and her Bachelors of Arts from Barnard College of Columbia University.

Seamus McEntee, LCSW

Prior to joining the NYCFL team, Seamus worked for the NSLIJHS in an intensive outpatient program for over 6 years. While working for the NSLIJHS, he gained clinical experience in working with adolescents, young adults and their families. He also developed and implemented a young men’s program. His professional experience includes working with individuals, groups and families who struggle with depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder in conjunction with substance abuse. He has extensive experience working with borderline personality disorder and prodromal schizophrenia as well. While at the NSLIJHS program, he collected and presented data for a NIDA conference on the dissemination of research based treatments. In addition, he served as a member for the Nassau County Department of Social Services Advisory Council for families and children.