Skip to site alert.
Skip to content
Back to top
Make an Appointment
Our team is here to help you make an appointment with the specialists that you need.
We provide compassionate psychotherapy and psychiatric care tailored to individual goals
We provide compassionate psychotherapy and psychiatric care tailored to individual goals.
The Columbia Accelerated Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Program provides comprehensive treatment over several evenings each week for adults who struggle with emotion dysregulation.
Columbia’s Behavioral Medicine Program provides patients of all ages with short-term treatments that are proven to improve coping with medical conditions, insomnia, and stress.
The Columbia Co-occurring Recovery Program (CCRP) at Columbia Psychiatry is dedicated to helping people achieve recovery from addiction/substances and engage in a meaningful life on their terms.
The Columbia Day Program is a unique, intensive outpatient clinic in Midtown Manhattan for individuals experiencing significant difficulties with school or work due to mental illness and/or addiction.
The correct diagnosis. The best treatment. The right direction for you.
At Columbia, we are often called upon to provide comprehensive evaluations for patients who feel their current treatment is not working or has only partially addressed their problems.
The Columbia Gender Identity Program provides compassionate, personalized, and expert care to children, adolescents, adults, and families across the gender and sexuality spectrum.
Columbia Psychiatry offers a wide range of groups. Some benefits of group therapy include: receiving support from peers and validating your experience by hearing from others facing similar challenges.
To help our patients deal with the stress and anxiety of this pandemic, ColumbiaDoctors Psychiatry is offering group therapy through telehealth.
The Columbia Ketamine Program offers a comprehensive ketamine treatment for treatment resistant depression in a single safe and convenient location.
The Lieber Recovery Clinic provides personalized, comprehensive outpatient treatment to help people with cognitive, psychotic, and affective symptoms get back to work, school, and independent living.
The Smithers Family Center provides care for adults aged 18 and over who are looking to change their substance use as well as those struggling with co-occurring mental health conditions.
The Columbia Women’s Program is a comprehensive clinical program developed in collaboration with the Division of Child Psychiatry and the Department of OB/GYN.
Child psychiatrists and psychologists specialize in the care of all major mental health disorders that affect children, adolescents, teens, and young adults.