Queens Virtual Office Center Finds Favor Among Social Workers and Other Mental Health Professionals

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Virtual offices at the Executive Office Center at Fresh Meadows are becoming popular among Queens social workers and other mental health professionals.

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The elegant hallways of the Executive Office Center feature 70 photos of historic Queens

When I was looking for office space ten months ago, I was fortunate to come across this gem of an office building.

Virtual office services and serviced office space are quickly gaining favor among Queens social workers and other Queens mental health professionals, according to Jack Blumner, Executive Director of the Executive Office Center at Fresh Meadows.

The Executive Office Center at Fresh Meadows is the first office center to open in the borough of Queens featuring serviced office space and Queens virtual office services, and has already attracted a half dozen mental health professionals to its roster of tenants. Since opening its doors in October, 2011, the office building has been joined by nearly 120 companies, including forty attorneys and numerous other professionals.

Sandra Hamberger, LCSW/R,a licensed clinical therapist practicing psyhoanalytic therapy and cognitive behavior therapy, has been a tenant of the Executive Office Center for over a year. "The thing I love most about the Executive Office Center is the warm, inviting atmosphere, which is so important to my clients," she said.

"Queens Blvd. has always been the locus for Queens social workers. I've never been able to understand that," said Ms. Hamberger. "It's impossible to find parking in Forest Hills. My patients are nervous enough. They don't have to drive around and around until they find a spot. It's easy to find parking in the vicinity of the Executive Office Center,"

Pat Lissade, LSCW, offering therapy for individuals, couples and families, is another psychotherapist working out of the Executive Office Center. "When I was looking for office space ten months ago, I was fortunate to come across this gem of an office building. As a psychotherapist, the environment that clients discuss their most personal feelings must be inviting, warm and comfortable. While the physical space is lovely, what clients often comment on is the historical photos that line the walls, the accessibility to public transportation and the availability of parking," said Ms. Lissade.

"What I think social workers will find most attractive about the Executive Office Center is its affordability," according to Mr. Blumner. "You can say goodbye to high rent and overhead when you rent an office at the Executive Office Center. One monthly fee covers all of your expenses, including lobby reception, telephone answering, internet, utilities and cleaning," said Mr. Blumner.

"And If you don't need an office on a full time basis, but only for part-time or occasional use, you can become a virtual tenant of the Executive Office Center for as little as $39/month," said Mr. Blumner. "For social workers, and other professionals in the borough of Queens, flexible on-demand office space in a beautiful new building is a dream come true."

The Executive Office Center at Fresh Meadows, http://www.executiveofficefm.com, is the premiere provider of serviced office space and virtual office services in the borough of Queens. Located just off exit 25 of the Long Island Expressway, it is within twenty minutes of all Queens neighborhoods and Manhattan.

The Executive Office Center at Fresh Meadows will host a public open house on Wednesday, May 16, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. for those interested touring the facility and finding out more about its instant office space and virtual office services.

http://www.everythingunder1roof.com is the consumer resource center of the Executive Office Center, offering business and professional services to meet every personal and professional need.

For further information about the services available at the Executive Office Center at Fresh Meadows, call Associate Director, Mary Abrams at 718-475-2121.

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