Happy Family

ANNECY BAEZ, PH.D

Community Resrouces

I know this year has been a difficult time for all of you, and I understand your needs. At this time, I may not be able to return your request for service in a timely manner. In addition. My apologies for that, it has been a very busy time.  For this reason, I created this resource list and I will be adding more resources later on.  As you know if this is an emergency, you should reach out to your local hospital or call Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255). Please do stay in touch.  I will be facilitating some psycho-educational workshops in order to support you in your wellness journey

 

RESOURCES



I created this referral resources list with all of you in mind. 


1. To find a therapist or review therapist who accepts your insurance, please Google "Psychology Today: then add  "name of insurance" and your area, ex. "Westchester county" and you will see a listing of all of the therapists who will see you. If you want a Spanish-speaking therapist, add "Spanish speaking" and you will be able to read the profile of all of the therapists who accepts your insurance. 

2. You can also search your insurance online for the list of therapists who accepts your insurance. 

3.  I just want to let prospective psychotherapy clients know that I do not accept out-of-state clients seeking psychotherapy services in New York City.  Most services provide telehealth.


Many of the Psychotherapy Institutes provide quality longer-term care at a low cost. You may want to look for Institutes  in the area, these are just two of the many  institutes in New York:


Westchester center for the study of Psychoanalysis

Low Cost/Quality Care – Long Term


Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy

Low Cost/Quality Care – Long Term

Grief and Bereavement 

Bereavement Center of Westchester


Mental Health Community Services  


ANDRUS Mental Health Clinic- Peekskill

ANDRUS | Securing Strong Promising Futures for Children (andruscc.org)

50 Dayton Ln # 205 · In Beach Shopping Center · (914) 965-3700

Domestic Violence Resources

Westchester County Domestic Violence (westchestergov.com)

Domestic Violence Support | The National Domestic Violence Hotline (thehotline.org)

National Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Resources (ncadv.org)

Westchester Jewish Community Services

Westchester Jewish Community Services (wjcs.com)


1101 Main St · In The Crossroads New Plaza · (914) 737-7338

Low cost/quality care:   

Resources for Uninsured New Yorkers | TherapySafetyNet

Cognitive Behavioral and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

CBT clinics - What is CBT?
Feeling Good CBT clinic: 
212-362-4490  |  914-533-4950


White Plains and New York city

Cognitive Behavioral Consultants

Westchester Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Pleasantville, NY
(914) 495-3600

Cognitive Behavioral Psychology of NY
Scarsdale, NY
(212) 873-0163

CBT of Northern Westchester
Katonah, NY

(914) 573-4003


Family Services of Westchester
Family Mental Health Centers - FSW


Behavioral Health - Community Hospitals Please check your local hospital, they have mental health clinics


Couples Therapy

Emotion-Focused Couples Therapy

Gottman Method 

Imago couples Therapy 

Prepared Enrich 

Creative Arts/Expressive Arts Therapy: 

Art Therapy - Lucy Barbera

Westchester Creative Arts Therapy

Wholehearted Art Therapy 
Child Family Institute

LGBTQ Health

People who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer (LGBTQ) deserve to get the most out of their health care visits. That means working with providers who affirm who they are and incorporate their sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression into care.

Through the NYC Health Map, you can find LGBTQ-knowledgeable providers who can offer you services in:

  • Primary care

  • Sexual health care

  • Gender affirming care

  • HIV testing, treatment, and other services

For more help finding the right medical services and provider, you can also call 311. To see more resources go here: LGBTQ Health - NYC Health

Transgender Support

Support During Gender Transition

Trans people coming out can get a lot of attention – positive and negative.

New York Trans Guide – an up-to-date resource guide

Gender transition takes time. Transition at your own pace with the help of a trans-friendly health care provider and a support group.

To find more resources Transgender Support - NYC Health

I hope this is helpful, wishing you the best. 
Sincerely, 
Dr. Baez 

 
Psychologist Session

I know this year has been a difficult time for all of you, and I understand your needs. At this time, I may not be able to return your request for service in a timely manner. In addition. My apologies for that, it has been a very busy time.  For this reason, I created this resource list and I will be adding more resources later on.  As you know if this is an emergency, you should reach out to your local hospital or call Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255). Please do stay in touch.  I will be facilitating some psycho-educational workshops in order to support you in your wellness journey

 

LOW COST CBT

Here is a list of Low Cost CBT therapy in the USA. I am just posting the New York resources here, but check the link: Low Cost Providers - Academy of Cognitive Therapy (academyofct.org)


New York

Location: New York City, NY
Program: New York City Cognitive Therapy
Director: Noah Clyman, L.C.S.W.
Telephone: (973) 768 7552
Website: www.nyccognitivetherapy
Fees: Starting at $95 (depending on which therapist you see).

Location: New York City, NY
Program: American Institute for Cognitive Therapy
Director: Robert L. Leahy, Ph.D.
Telephone: (212) 308 2440
Website: www.CognitiveTherapyNYC.com
Fees: $120 and higher (based on which therapist you see)

Location: New York, NY
Program: Cornell Cognitive Therapy Clinic, Weill Medical College of Cornell University
Director: Baruch Fishman, Ph.D.
Telephone: 212-821-0775
Fees: $50.00 - $30.00 (slide depends upon income/ # of dependents), Medicaid, Managed Care.

Location: New York, NY
Program: Cognitive Therapy Treatment for Anxiety and Depression
Director: Daniel Gomez, LCSW, LCADC
Telephone:(917) 817-6008
Website:  https://sites.google.com/view/cbtdanielgomez/home
Email: CTLCSW@msn.com
Fees: $65. A number of applicants are accepted to this lower fee based on income; check website for regular fees
Other: Bilingual Spanish

Location: Bronx, NY
Program: Cognitive Behavioral Treatment Program for Anxiety & Depression, Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, Yeshiva University
Director: Lata K. McGinn, Ph.D.
Telephone: (718) 430 3852
Email: LMcGinn@aecom.yu.edu
Fees: $5-$50 (slide depends upon income/ # of dependents)

Location: Hempstead, Long Island, NY
Program: Cognitive Behavioral Treatment Program for Anxiety & Depression at Hofstra University
Director: William C. Sanderson, Ph.D.
Telephone: (516) 463-5633
Email: PSYWCS@hofstra.edu
Website: www.sanderson.bz Fees: $30/per session

Location: New York City, NY
Program: The Manhattan Center for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Director: Paul Greene, PhD
Telephone: 646 863 4225  
Website: www.manhattanCBT.com 
Fees: $100 reduced-fee treatment is available from doctoral students under supervision from licensed psychologists. 

THERAPY RESOURCES

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

If you need a therapist, the following organization can help you find a therapist trained in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT):

Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT)  www.abct.org


Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

If you need a therapist, the following organization can help you find a therapist trained in acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT).

Association for Contextual Behavioral Science (ACBS)  www.contextualscience.org


Dialectical Behavior Therapy

If you need a therapist, the following organization can help you find a therapist trained in dialectical behavior therapy (DBT).

Behavioral Tech  www.behavioraltech.org

THERAPY RESOURCES

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

If you need a therapist, the following organization can help you find a therapist trained in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT):

Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT)  www.abct.org


Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

If you need a therapist, the following organization can help you find a therapist trained in acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT).

Association for Contextual Behavioral Science (ACBS)  www.contextualscience.org


Dialectical Behavior Therapy

If you need a therapist, the following organization can help you find a therapist trained in dialectical behavior therapy (DBT).

Behavioral Tech  www.behavioraltech.org

 
Online Communication

I know this year has been a difficult time for all of you, and I understand your needs. At this time, I may not be able to return your request for service in a timely manner. In addition. My apologies for that, it has been a very busy time.  For this reason, I created this resource list and I will be adding more resources later on.  As you know if this is an emergency, you should reach out to your local hospital or call Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255). Please do stay in touch.  I will be facilitating some psycho-educational workshops in order to support you in your wellness journey

 

MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES

Mental Health Resources

CRISIS RESOURCES

For free and confidential support 24/7, please contact the following:


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Call 800-273-TALK (8255), or visit www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org.


National Domestic Violence Hotline

Call 800-799-SAFE (7233), text LOVEIS to 22522, or visit www.thehotline.org.


Crisis Text Line

Text HOME to 741741 to connect with a Crisis Counselor, or visit www.crisistextline.org.


Trans Lifeline

Call 877-565-8860, or visit www.translifeline.org.


TrevorLifeline for LGBTQ Youth

Call 866-488-7386, text START to 678-678, or visit www.thetrevorproject.org.


MORE RESOURCES

For additional support for patients, family, and friends, please contact the following:

 
Couples Therapy

COUPLES THERAPY

Resources

I know this year has been a difficult time for all of you, and I understand your needs. At this time, I may not be able to return your request for service in a timely manner. In addition. My apologies for that, it has been a very busy time.  For this reason, I created this resource list and I will be adding more resources later on.  As you know if this is an emergency, you should reach out to your local hospital or call Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255). Please do stay in touch.  I will be facilitating some psycho-educational workshops in order to support you in your wellness journey

 

COUPLES THERAPY RESOURCES