Because every mind is different, Mindwork offers three types of therapy including Relationship Therapy so you can find the one that suits you best.

Choose From

Individual Therapy

Wouldn’t it be great to speak honestly about your life, a situation, your feelings – without fear of judgment? Individual therapy gives you the opportunity to talk one-on-one with a psychotherapist in a safe, confidential environment.

It’s a chance to take a look your feelings, beliefs and behaviors in order to understand yourself better. And you’ll learn there are lots of things you can do to make positive changes in your life right away.

Relationship Therapy

If you’ve been hurt by someone close to you, or have caused someone you love to feel pain, it’s hard to know how to move forward and repair the damage. Relationship therapy (couples therapy) focuses on learning how we share space with someone else. Both parties are given the opportunity to speak, guided by a therapist. And most importantly, both will be heard. This isn’t about getting to the bottom of who’s right and who’s wrong. It’s about taking the time to better understand each other and figure out how to make the relationship work for both of you, or how to let each other go.

Group Therapy

Sometimes, it can be helpful to share the things you’re going through with a group of people who are working to make positive changes in their own lives. Group therapy provides a place to feel listened to and supported. It’s an opportunity to understand the behaviors that influence the way people feel about you. Supported by a psychotherapist, you’re able to practice giving and receiving feedback. And learn how to improve your relationships with friends, people you work with, your family, your partner or a potential partner.

We accept the following insurance carriers

Aetna

Blue Cross/Blue Shield

Meritan

Optum

Oxford

United Behavioral Health

United Healthcare

Mindwork will file both in network and out of network insurance claims on your behalf.

Please contact me if you have any questions about your insurance coverage or costs associated with your visits to Mindwork.

Psychopharmacology referrals are available on request.

For more information or to make an appointment,
please call 646-335-5885, or email me at [email protected].