Our Process

How do I get started with therapy?

Please complete our Screening Form and indicate some of the issues you’d like to work on in treatment. Our treatment coordinator will reach out to speak with you about our practice and discuss options for scheduling.

Can I select my therapist?

We believe finding the right fit is crucial to starting therapy. Please read through our therapists’ profiles. On the Screening Form, select at least two therapists with whom you would be interested in working. While we attempt to best accommodate requests, each therapist’s availability may vary based on a number of factors.

How often should I come in?

Our patients work with therapists at least once per week. Many find that they benefit even more when they increase their sessions to multiple times per week.

Can I be seen more than once per week?

Absolutely! The more you commit to treatment, the more you will get out of it. Our clinicians are prepared to work with you up to three times per week–and sometimes even more–to help you get the most out of your treatment. If you’re interested in intensive treatment, please visit our Psychoanalysis page.

What can I expect in the first session?

The first session usually involves beginning to develop rapport with your therapist. We’ll want to get to know about you and what brings you into therapy at the current moment. Bear in mind, the first step is often the hardest, but if you can stick with it, you’ll benefit in the long run.

How long are sessions?

Sessions are 45 min. We are available to meet multiple times per week.

Do you offer in-person and remote services?

Yes, we offer in-person therapy at our two locations. We are also offering remote treatment by Zoom or phone.

Where are your locations?

We have two convenient locations in the Columbus Circle area:

333 W. 57th Street
Suite 101
New York, NY 10019

25 Central Park West
Suite 1-i
New York, NY 10023

Contact Westside Psych for a consultation today

Set up a consultation today. Meet with one of our therapists to determine if psychotherapy is right for you.