Find a Therapist

Find a Therapist

Find a Therapist

Use the search box and links below to find a psychiatrist, psychologist, or other mental health provider. Or call ColumbiaDoctors at (212) 305-6001

Clinics and Services

CUCARD Manhattan 

The Columbia University Clinic for Anxiety and Related Disorders at 3 Columbus Circle in Midtown Manhattan specializes in effective, evidence-based treatment for those affected by anxiety, anxiety-related disorders, OCD, and depression. Our goal is to empower emerging adults with the coping and emotional skills needed to thrive in adulthood. The Launching Emerging Adults Program (LEAP), developed by Dr. Anne Marie Albano and the CUCARD team, is the cornerstone of psychological treatment within the NewYork-Presbyterian Youth Anxiety Center.
Insurance: Fee-for-service. In limited instances, Columbia University UHC plan is accepted. 
Appointments: Call (212) 342-0951 for more information and appointments. 

CUCARD Westchester

The Columbia University Clinic for Anxiety and Related Disorders in Tarrytown, NY, has several different treatment options for teens and young adults whose lives are affected by anxiety, ADHD, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and related disorders, including tic disorders and trichotillomania. Services include individualized therapy, an accelerated OCD treatment program, group treatment for social anxiety, and a young-adult anxiety group.
Insurance: Fee-for-service. In limited instances, Columbia University UHC plan is accepted. 
Appointments: Call (914) 631-4618 for more information and appointments. 

Neuropsychological Evaluation Service

A neuropsychological evaluation is an in-depth assessment of skills and abilities linked to brain function. Some reasons for recommending a neuropsychological evaluation might include: learning, attention, or focus problems experienced in academic or work settings; trouble planning and organizing; and social communication or language difficulties. Our team of clinical neuropsychologists conduct these evaluations and work with teens, families, and young adults to clarify specific areas of concern or diagnosis and to make recommendations for accommodations or interventions to help in school, work, or navigating difficult transitions. For more information, see our Frequently Asked Questions. Call (212) 305-6001 (choose option 3) to make an appointment. 

NewYork-Presbyterian Youth Anxiety Center

NewYork-Presbyterian's Youth Anxiety Center (YAC), with locations throughout the New York metropolitan area, advances effective ways of diagnosing, treating, and helping teens and young adults suffering from anxiety disorders through research, treatment, and education. Expert clinicians from the Columbia University Division of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry provide services at both the CUCARD Columbus Circle location and the Youth Anxiety Center in Washington Heights. See YAC's locations and contact information page for insurance information and telephone numbers. 

Finding a Mental Health Professional

Our highly trained faculty and staff work with teens, young adults, adults, families, and children in a variety of different healthcare settings and locations. The majority of our specialists are psychiatrists and psychologists, but many of our cross-disciplinary teams include social workers, researchers, psychiatric nurses, postdoctoral fellows, and trainees. We believe this cross-disciplinary approach allows for outstanding individualized treatment options for our patients. 

In the case that we are not able to provide you with the services you are looking for, we will try to recommend other treatment options and providers. You may also wish to check out:

  • Find a psychiatrist, a tool from the American Psychiatric Association*** 
  • How to choose a psychologist, from the American Psychology Association, which includes a link to the APA Practice Organization's Find a Psychologist tool***
  • If you live in New York City, NYC Well can connect you to free, confidential mental health support. Speak to a counselor via phone, text, or chat and get access to mental health and substance-misuse services, in more than 200 languages, 24/7/365.
  • Types of mental health professionals, from NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
  • Columbia | RecruitMe: If you are interested in participating in a clinical trial or research study, RecruitMe can help you learn more about clinical trials or research studies at the Columbia University Medical Center.