New York Neurobehavioral Services
600 Third Ave, 265, New York, NY 10016, United States
Counseling & Mental Health
About New York Neurobehavioral Services
New York Neuropsychological Services offers psychological, neurocognitive, and rehabilitative services for adults in and around New York City. Located in the Murray Hill neighborhood of Manhattan, Nicole Murray, MD, and the staff combine their knowledge along with psychotherapeutic techniques to achieve successful outcomes for all clients.
The team at New York Neuropsychological Services offers individual therapy for psychological symptoms such as depression, anxiety, and emotional dysregulation. They also work together to help patients recover from and adjust to medical problems, such as multiple sclerosis and cancer. Their special area of expertise is helping patients who have suffered a concussion or traumatic brain injury.
At New York Neuropsychological Services, clients can receive the full range of psychological evaluations, including concussion, dementia, school, and general cognitive evaluations. They also offer support animal evaluations and bariatric evaluations for clients seeking weight-loss surgery.
Many patients receive individual and group counseling through videoconferencing, allowing them to get psychotherapy and support without leaving home. Through videoconferencing, the team at New York Neuropsychological Services gives clients the opportunity to talk without being judged, shamed, criticized, or rejected.
In addition to providing emotional support, each small videoconferencing group is facilitated by a licensed psychologist with experience in neuropsychology and rehabilitation. When patients join a group, they can get the tools they need to fully function in life.
Videoconferencing groups currently available include one for clients who have experienced a concussion in the last 6-8 months. A second group supports individuals who need help with emotional regulation and behavioral patterns associated with difficulty in managing their emotions.
To learn more about the services available or how to get therapy through videoconferencing, call New York Neuropsychological Services or schedule an appointment online.