Collaborative Psychiatric Services & Medication To Get You To Where You Want To Be

Patient-Centered Medication Management for Mental Health

Guidance without Judgment: Psychiatric Professionals that
Respect Your Unique Perspective

With our decades of experience using a broad range of therapeutic methods, the skillful psychiatrists at The Midtown Practice (TMP) provide customized treatments to each individual client. Working collaboratively with you, we offer compassionate and effective therapeutic strategies matched to your needs and preferences, all in a discrete and confidential environment.

Empathetic Psychiatric Professionals Providing Collaborative Care for Personal Transformation

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It Is Possible To Feel Better:
Reach Out for the Help You Deserve

1 in 5 Adults Experience Mental Illness A Year

That statistic highlights the widespread prevalence of mental health challenges. It serves as a powerful reminder of the importance of seeking psychiatric help. No one should feel alone or hesitate to reach out for support when facing mental health difficulties.

70%-90% of People See an Improvement in Mental Health Symptoms from Treatment

By seeking professional assistance, individuals open themselves up to a range of effective treatments, therapies, and interventions that have been proven to make a difference in mental health outcomes.

50% of individuals with mental health illness do not get any treatment

Many people who could benefit from treatment are not accessing the support they require. It is crucial to raise awareness about mental health, reduce stigma, and promote the importance of seeking help.

Depression is a Leading Cause of Disability Worldwide

Depression can profoundly impact an individual’s ability to function and enjoy life, making it crucial to address and treat the condition effectively. By seeking psychiatric support, individuals can access a range of interventions, including therapy and medication, that have been shown to alleviate symptoms of depression.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Are Your Areas of Expertise?

Our clinicians have expertise in a variety of forms of psychotherapy as well as other useful approaches including mindfulness meditation, Lifestyle Medicine, and Psychopharmacology (medication) if indicated. Some of the specific psychotherapy techniques in which our clinicians are trained include Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Group Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Supportive Psychotherapy.

Every treatment is highly individualized for each client. As we offer both skillful prescribers and psychotherapists, we are able to treat those considering therapy, medication, or both. This facilitates coordination between your clinicians, as well as the opportunity for consultation with an interdisciplinary team with expertise in areas such as couples and family therapy, group therapy, and lifestyle medicine.

We treat a wide range of life issues, psychological symptoms, and psychiatric diagnoses, including anxiety, depression, issues with attention and procrastination, stress management, relationship difficulties, challenging life transitions, problem solving, and career and professional counseling, amongst others. We treat children ages 6 years and older for medication, 12 years and older for psychotherapy, and adults of all ages.

Do You Accept Insurance?

We do not participate directly with insurance. However, we do offer an invoice for out of network benefits, which typically reimburse anywhere from 50-100% after meeting a certain deductible.

Since every insurance plan is different, you may want to call your insurance company directly to ask how much you will be reimbursed for your visit. Below is a guide for the questions to ask your insurance company for the most accurate information:

  1. Does my plan include out of network benefits?
  2. What is my deductible, if any?  (A deductible is the amount of money you will need to pay before your insurance company will provide you with reimbursement for our services.)
  3. Depending on the services provided, you can expect to be reimbursed different amounts. Insurance companies use codes to reference specific types of service. Here are the codes we use on your out of network receipts. Depending on the service and the credentials of your clinician, you will be eligible for a different level of reimbursement.
    • Psychotherapy (talk therapy):
      • Initial visit: CPT code 90791 for in person and 90791-95 for virtual
      • Follow-up visits: CPT code 90834 for in person 90834-95 for virtual
    • Psychopharmacology (Medication treatment):
      • Initial visits: with our Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner or Psychiatrist: CPT code 90792 in person or 90792-95 for virtual
      • Follow-up visits: CPT code 99214 for in person and 99214-95 for virtual
    • Combination treatment: (Medication and psychotherapy by one clinician such as our Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner or Psychiatrist):
      • Initial visits: 90792 for in person and 90792-95 for virtual visits.
      • Follow-up visits: We use TWO codes in order to optimize reimbursement: CPT code 99213 and 90836 for in person or  99213-95 and 90836-95 for virtual appointments
    • Initial and follow up visits: CPT code 90847 for in person or 90847-95 for virtual appointments
      • Group Therapy: CPT code 90853-95. We are currently not offering in person groups
      • Please make sure to clarify that your treatment will be given by licensed clinicians such as an LCSW, LCSW-R, PMHNP, or MD.
Where Are Your Clinicians Licensed?

The majority of our clinicians are licensed in NY and NJ. In addition to these, individual clinicians are licensed in states such as CT, NC, CA, and FL. When you inquire, please ask us if we can accommodate your state of residency.

What Can I Expect From My First Appointment?

Prior to your first appointment, our Clinical Coordinator, Alli Malamut, will talk with you to gain a basic understanding of your current needs and goals. Her goal is to select a therapist for you that matches your psychological and/or psychiatric needs, preferred style and temperament.

At your first visit, you will be asked about the nature of the current difficulties as well as your personal, family, and medical history. We will make every effort to understand what you are feeling, and identify what you value most, and what is getting in the way of your progress and life satisfaction.

We are interested in learning about your goals and hopes for therapy, and you will have time to ask any questions you may have. Towards the end of the appointment, you and your therapist will formulate a plan for future treatment, and you will have a chance to collaborate to ensure your treatment is headed in a direction that feels appropriate, convenient, and workable with your life circumstances.

How Often Will I Need To See My Therapist?

This will depend on your preference and your therapist’s recommendation, as well as scheduling and availability. Talk therapy sessions are 45 minutes and, at least initially, are typically once a week. Medication therapy usually lasts 30 minutes. Depending on how stable your regimen and dose are, followup can be once a month to once every three months.

The length of your treatment will be up to you, based on your issues and goals. In order to ensure that your treatment remains productive, from time to time you and your therapist will check in with each other in order to make sure that treatment remains focused on your goals and continues to help you move forward.

When Are Your Prescribers Available?

Our therapists and prescribers have availability for both in person and virtual visits. Availability varies, depending on the therapist, but we do our best to accommodate you expeditiously within the same week of your request. Our therapists see patients Monday-Sunday with daytime and evening hours, depending on the therapist.

Are There Issues You Don't Treat?

At TMP we do not offer emergency treatment. If you need immediate care, you might consider accessing an emergency room or other crisis center.

While our clinicians have expertise in working with individuals on a wide range of issues including difficulties with substance use, we don’t provide specialized treatment focused on alcohol or drug addiction.

How Do I Get Started?

Simply call us at (212) 286-8801 or fill out the contact form below.

Empathy & Excellence Combined:
Find Trust in Our Capable and
Supportive Psychiatrists

At The Midtown Practice, we feel privileged to have had the opportunity to work with and assist thousands of clients in enhancing their daily lives. With such a rich history of transformative experiences, you can trust that you are in excellent hands. We warmly anticipate the chance to welcome you and be a part of your journey towards a better tomorrow.

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Phone Number: 212-286-8801

Address: 18 East 48th Street Suites 1104 & 1202
New York, NY 10017