NewYork-Presbyterian provides outpatient adult psychiatry care through several programs at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center and NewYork-Presbyterian Westchester Division. We offer evaluations, individual psychotherapy, medication management, and support groups for adults and their families.
NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center Outpatient Services
The Adult Outpatient Clinic provides comprehensive evaluation and time-limited and maintenance treatment for adults 18 years and older that present with a variety of mental health diagnoses and issues. The clinic is staffed by an interdisciplinary team of psychiatrists, resident psychiatrists, psychologists, clinical social workers, and nurse practitioners in psychiatry. Treatment in the Adult Outpatient Clinic begins with a comprehensive psychiatric assessment at which time individual treatment needs and availability are identified. The clinic offers a range of treatment modalities that include psychopharmacology management, individual psychotherapy, group psychotherapy, couples, and family treatment.
For more information please call 212-746-6208.
Specialty programs include:
The Geriatrics Evaluation Service provides diagnostic evaluation, treatment consultation, and medication management for adults age 65 years or older, focusing on mental health issues that are unique to older adults. This includes issues related to major life changes, loss of loved ones, loss of health and mobility and retirement.
For more information, please call 212-746-6208.
The Women’s Evaluation Service provides diagnostic evaluations, treatment consultations, and medication management for mental health issues that span the female reproductive lifecycle. This includes issues ranging from fertility, pre-pregnancy consultations, pregnancy-related disorders, and postpartum spectrum illnesses.
For more information, please call 212-746-4850.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) provides diagnostic evaluation, individual therapy, group skills training, medication management, and coaching to patients with Borderline Personality Disorder with suicidal and self-injurious behaviors.
The Cognitive Therapy Clinic (CTC) at 61st Street offers time-limited focused cognitive behavioral psychotherapy. The CTC provides treatment for specific problems such as depression, anxiety, stressful life events, loss, family and relationship problems, and chronic pain. In addition, the CTC offers various training programs for weight loss, stress management, and smoking cessation.
For more information, please call 212-821-0775.
Continuing Day Treatment Program at 61st Street
425 East 61st (between York and First Avenue)
New York, NY 10065
The Continuing Day Treatment Program (CDTP) offers a time-limited structure of 6 to 12 months of goal directed psychosocial rehabilitation services, with an emphasis on wellness and recovery. The comprehensive services of the program focus on managing symptoms, preventing relapse and assisting the patient achieve his/her highest potential for meaningful community living. Phone: 212-821-0881
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) Track within the CDTP provides specific treatment services for patients with personality disorders. The program offers comprehensive DBT services that include individual therapy, skills training groups, telephone coaching and medication management as indicated.
NewYork-Presbyterian Weschester Behavioral Health Center Outpatient Services
Adult Outpatient Clinic
The Adult Outpatient Clinic provides comprehensive evaluation and time-limited, evidence-based treatment for adults 18 years and older with a variety of mental health diagnoses and issues. The clinic offers a range of treatment modalities that include psychopharmacology management, individual psychotherapy, group psychotherapy, couples, and family treatment. The clinic is staffed by an interdisciplinary team of psychiatrists, psychologists, clinical social workers, nurse practitioners in psychiatry, a credentialed alcohol and substance abuse counselor, a licensed mental health counselor, and post-doctoral fellows in psychology.
All prospective patients receive a one to three session evaluation to determine an appropriate treatment plan. The evaluation is completed before enrollment to ensure that the clinic has the appropriate services to meet the person’s needs. Treatment is focused on solutions to identified problems, and the treatment approach is generally short-term. Occasionally a patient may need a longer-term therapy focus.
For referrals, please call 914-997-4081.
Anxiety And Mood Disorders Clinic
The Anxiety and Mood Disorders Clinic offers time-limited focused cognitive behavioral psychotherapy for social anxiety, phobias, other anxiety disorders, trauma, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and mood disorders. Treatment may be individual or group. Medication management and family therapy are provided as indicated.
The Women’s Clinic
The Women’s Clinic provides specialized diagnostic evaluations, short-term psychotherapy, medication management, and treatment consultations for:
- Pre-pregnancy planning in women with current or history of psychiatric symptoms
- Women with current or history of psychiatric symptoms undergoing infertility treatment
- Pregnant women with current or history of psychiatric symptoms
- Postpartum women up to 12 months postpartum with current psychiatric symptoms or breastfeeding with current or history of psychiatric symptoms
- Psychiatric symptoms related to perinatal loss (miscarriage, stillbirth, loss of infant less than twelve months old)
For information or to make a referral, please call 914-997-5220.
Eating Disorders Clinic
The Eating Disorders Clinic provides short-term, evidence-based treatment for patients of all ages and genders with all forms of eating disorders. Treatment is primarily offered on an individual basis, with families strongly encouraged to participate when possible. Treatment modalities include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Eating Disorders and Family-Based Treatment for Eating Disorders. Group-based treatments are also offered. Medication management is provided as indicated.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy Clinic
The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Clinic provides diagnostic evaluation, individual therapy, group skills training, medication management, and coaching for people struggling with emotional regulation, including those who have suicidal ideation and self-injurious behavior.
Psychotic Disorders Clinic
The Psychotic Disorders Clinic offers a recovery-oriented approach to adults 18 years or older who suffer from psychotic disorders. Services include medication management, individual cognitive behavioral and supportive therapy, group and family treatment.
Westchester Deaf And Hard Of Hearing Program
The Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program provides outpatient mental health services for people of all ages (children, adolescents, young and mature adults) who have all degrees and types of hearing loss or for their hearing family members. This includes people who use cochlear implants, hearing aids, or other assistive devices. The DHHP provides psychiatric evaluations, individual, family, couples and group psychotherapy, medication evaluations, and monitoring. DHHP Staff members include licensed clinical social workers, psychiatrists and psychiatric sign language interpreters, all of whom are trained to work with people who communicate in speech or sign language.
Continuum Of Care Clinic
The Continuum of Care Clinic offers a recovery-oriented approach to individuals (18 years or older) who suffer from psychotic disorders. Services include medication management, individual Cognitive Behavioral and supportive therapy, group and family treatment.
Neuropsychological Assessments Program
Neuropsychological Assessments Program at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell provides useful diagnostic and prognostic information in a wide variety of suspected and confirmed neurological and psychiatric disorders. Our faculty members, who meet the highest standards of education and training in neuropsychology, use the most advanced techniques for behavioral evaluation of brain function in both pediatric and adult patients. Additionally, through their academic appointments at Weill Cornell Medical College, our staff members are involved in clinical research studies designed to advance our understanding of disorders that affect cognitive and personality functioning in patients across the lifespan.
To contact the Neuropsychological and Educational Assessment Program at Weill Cornell, please call 646-962-2820. To contact the Neuropsychological and Educational Assessment Program at Westchester, please call 914-997-5868.
Please note, if this is an emergency, please dial 9-1-1 or visit your local emergency department.
For free and confidential support from trained mental health professionals, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 988 or 800-273-TALK (8255) or NYC Well at 888-NYC-WELL (888-692-9355).