Clinical Services

Our team of psychiatrists, psychologists, and cognitive scientists has specialized training in the study and treatment of depression and anxiety disorders.

COVID-19: Update on Our Clinical Services
As the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds, we believe that it is important to be present for our community and to continue to provide services to patients suffering from mood and anxiety disorders. During this health emergency, we will provide telehealth services using HIPAA compliant platforms. No in-person visits will be scheduled during the COVID-19 emergency to minimize risks to our patients. At this time, we are able to provide the following services:

  • Initial psychiatric evaluations for patients suffering from symptoms of depression and anxiety
  • Psychiatric psychopharmacology consultations
  • Longitudinal follow-ups with one of our psychiatrists for both medication management and/or therapy, if deemed appropriate after initial evaluation

We are unable to offer in-person visits for esketamine and TMS treatments.

We offer a variety of services associated with our research studies, including diagnostic assessments, brain imaging, innovative medication, and non-medication treatment.

In addition to research, we offer access to exceptional treatment through the coordination and integration of multiple clinical services within the Department of Psychiatry across the Mount Sinai Health System. Please see below for contact information and links for these services.

Treatment-Resistant Depression Program
Our Treatment-Resistant Depression Program can help patients who have not responded to prior treatment for their depression. We provide a thorough diagnostic evaluation to help patients decide if they are a good candidate for a variety of treatment options including esketamine, repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), medication, and more.

Psychiatry Faculty Practice Associates
The Department of Psychiatry’s faculty treat a wide range of mental health conditions including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, PTSD, and more.

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  • Phone number: 212-659-8752

Electroconvulsive Therapy Service
Electroconvulsive therapy involves stimulating circuits in the brain with electrical currents to relieve symptoms of depression.

Mount Sinai Behavioral Health
From addiction to schizophrenia, Mount Sinai Behavioral Health provides psychiatric treatment via an array of specialized programs and services in hospitals and clinics throughout the Mount Sinai Health System

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  • Phone number: 212-241-7181