We Match New Yorkers With Affordable Therapists

Let Us Help You Find The Right Therapist

We’ve been serving the New York City area for 70 years. All of the therapists we refer to have completed training or are in training at the National Psychological Associate for Psychoanalysis (NPAP).

  • We are affordable therapy – our fees are adjusted to your individual financial situation
  • Many thousands of successful referrals for psychotherapy & psychoanalysis.
  • Personalized attention. Quick referral.
  • Therapy appointments are at our Greenwich Village center, in private offices across NYC, or online

5 Steps To Starting Therapy:

  1. Come and meet with us
  2. Tell us the reasons why you’re seeking therapy
  3. Talk to us about what you want and need
  4. We’ll work out a fair fee for you
  5. And we’ll choose a therapist who suits you

That’s all there is to it. Finding a therapist shouldn’t be hard.

About Our Therapists

Our therapists are prepared to work with many issues that face people who seek therapy. They represent and are able to address the needs of people from different racial, ethnic, cultural, and religious backgrounds and sexual orientations.

Our therapists work at our Greenwich Village office in Manhattan and in offices throughout New York City and surrounding areas. Appointments are available in the day or evening or on weekends. Fees are set individually, based on financial resources and expenses. Confidentiality is respected.

All the therapists to whom we refer have completed training or are now in training at the National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis (NPAP). The Training Institute of NPAP is a postgraduate educational body chartered under the Education Law of New York State by the Board of Regents of the University of the State of New York.

NPAP training is complex, rigorous, and lengthy. It includes comprehensive course work in the theory and practice of psychotherapy and psychoanalysis, extensive supervision of clinical work by senior clinicians, and the therapist’s own thorough personal psychoanalysis.

Once the formal training process has been completed, professional and personal growth continues—augmented by lectures, seminars and peer discussion groups. NPAP provides ongoing education to the larger community of mental health professionals as well as to its own members.

All our therapists subscribe to the highest professional and ethical standards as established by NPAP.

About Psychotherapy

“Psychotherapy” is a general term that includes many different ways of helping people with their issues and problems. Sometimes psychotherapy goes under the name of “counseling,” “mental health” services or treatment, or just plain “therapy.” On this website we most often use the word “therapy.”

Psychotherapy is a way of addressing personal difficulties by talking with a trained therapist in a confidential setting at regularly scheduled times. Psychotherapy helps people live lives that are more satisfying and fruitful by making better choices and getting a better sense of control over things with which they are having trouble.

Therapy is usually one-on-one, but couples and families may have therapy together, and some therapists work with groups of people.

Psychoanalysis is a particularly deep and intensive form of one-on-one therapy. (See About Psychoanalysis.)

How Can Therapy Help?

If you feel stuck about career decisions, relationships, finances, or other aspects of your life, psychotherapy can help you see that you have choices and that you can overcome barriers. Psychotherapy can help you take action.

If you experience feelings that seem too strong—feelings like anxiety, depression, grief, sadness, boredom, unhappiness, anger—psychotherapy can help you understand why you feel this way and how you can feel more in control and get relief.

If you constantly feel like you’re not good enough, psychotherapy can help you deal with negative feelings about yourself and give you clues as to how to cope with those feelings and lessen them too.

If you feel blocked in your creativity, psychotherapy can help you figure out what is keeping you blocked and free you to realize your full creative potential.

If you struggle with issues related to sexuality, ethnicity, parenthood, aging, illness, disability, partnering, divorce or other concerns, psychotherapy can help you become clearer and more comfortable about who you are and how you see yourself.

How Does Psychotherapy Work?

You meet regularly with your therapist and talk about whatever is bothering you. Your therapist, who has expertise in helping people with difficulties such as yours, will listen and talk with you so that you will gain new perspectives on yourself and your problems.

As this process of understanding goes on, you will find yourself making changes in how you feel, how you see yourself, how you resolve problems, and how you conduct your life.

Frequently Asked Questions

On our FAQ page our Director of Referral answers some common questions about our therapy service. Click here

Theodor Reik Clinical Center
Affordable Therapy for New York & Beyond 

40 West 13th St NY, NY 10011 I npap.org 
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Arrange referral interview with Lois Wedin, Director of Referral TRCC 212.924.7440, #3 I Text 212.929.9897