We’ve compiled the most frequently asked questions about the No Surprises Act & Good Faith Estimates.
What’s the Difference Between a Psychotherapist, Psychologist, Psychiatrist, Mental Health Counselor, Psychoanalyst, and Social Worker?
Finding a therapist who’s a good fit with you and your needs is essential to the work you do in therapy. In your search for the right person, you might find therapists with varying strings of letters after their name, which can give you a better understanding of their training and the kind of therapy they offer.
Connecting with a therapist for the first time may seem overwhelming if you’re not sure what to expect. We’ve put together this quick guide on what the process looks like, so you can get the most out of your first therapy session.
Meeting with your therapist on a screen can feel different, and sometimes not as powerful, as meeting in person. Luckily, there are several ways we can bridge this gap to make virtual therapy feel more personal, focused, and private.
No one should feel alone because they simply can’t afford the proper mental health treatment. However, it can be difficult to find affordable therapy in NYC. We’re here to help.
Physical distance doesn’t have to mean emotional isolation. Teletherapy sessions allow you to stay connected to your therapist during social distancing.