Find a neurofeedback provider in
Around 2,802,000 New Yorkers are dealing with mental health struggles, and there are 350 individuals for every mental health provider in the U.S. But even though the demand for mental health services is growing, being selective in your choice might help you get the most out of your time in therapy.
When choosing between cutting-edge neurofeedback providers in New York, pay attention to their expertise in offering neurofeedback training that's relevant to your condition or goals.
Here is a list of Myndlift’s best rated neurofeedback providers in
Dr. Robert Reiner
1619 3rd Ave suite 202, New York, NY 10128, United States
Robert H. Reiner PhD BCN BCB, Executive Director of Behavioral Associates (BA), specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for individuals, couples and families alone or in combination with Biofeedback, Neurofeedback, Virtual Reality Therapy (VRT) and QEEG assessment.
- ADHD, Depression, Anxiety, OCD, PTSD, Stress, Insomnia, Traumatic Brain Injury, Neurofeedback
MERLYN HURD PhD QEEG-D
NY NEUROFEEDBACK AND QEEG
928 Broadway suite 305, New York, New York 10010, United States
Dr. Hurd has over 35 years of experience with psychological therapy and neurofeedback. She specializes in Quantitative EEG analysis from which she constructs protocols for training the brain and identifying the source of many disorders. She is sought after internationally as a healer and mentor.
- Neurofeedback, Depression, ADHD, Anxiety, Autism, Epilesy, QEEG Psychological Therapy
How can I get free therapy in NYC?
If you've looked around, checked with your insurance, or don't have insurance and are looking for free or an affordable therapy option that's not necessarily neurofeedback, you should consider:
Therapy groups in New York: Group therapy involves one or more licensed psychologists who lead a group of roughly five to 15 patients. This type of therapy is usually more affordable than individual therapy sessions.
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI NYC) offers over 30 support groups. Even though the groups are often not led by a licensed professional, they may connect you with people who are going through similar experiences.
New York University, Columbia University, and schools within the CUNY system have counseling centers. So if you're a student, you can reach out for individual counseling, weekly groups, and wellness workshops.
NYC Well: This is free, confidential crisis counseling that is available at all hours of the day.