Online Therapists in New York

Find vetted online therapists near you in New York below. Visit their profiles to check fees and insurances, watch an introductory video of the provider, and book a free initial call to find a great fit!

All Zencare providers have been quality-vetted to ensure you receive the best care. Most providers are offering online therapy services at this time, and you can check if they have resumed in-person sessions on their profiles!


Lisa  Curtis

Lisa Curtis

Offers Online Sessions
Out-of-pocket-fees: $100 - $150 per session

My work as a coach has been informed by my practice as a therapist. Too frequently my clients came to me with regrets about decisions they made early in life. I want to help you make choices and changes now that reflect your core values, so that when you look back, you realize you've lived a life full of joy, authenticity and deep satisfaction. 


Eliza  Chamblin

Eliza Chamblin

Offers Online Sessions
Out-of-pocket-fees: $150 - $240 per session

‘May your choices reflect your hopes, not your fears.’ -Nelson Mandela
I believe that healing happens through reparative relationships--between therapist and client, with our loved ones, and ultimately with ourselves. I work to support my clients to reach their own goals through increased awareness and skill-building in the context of a safe and profoundly human relationship.
I have over seven years of clinical experience with a focus on healing from trauma, relationship issues, and mindfulness. I seek to empower people to make change, find peace with the human experience, and feel more fully themselves. For more information, please visit my website: ElizaChamblinTherapy.com.


Danielle  LaNatra

Danielle LaNatra

Offers Online Sessions
Out-of-pocket-fees: $150 - $250 per session

It can be a great relief to work together with someone in a safe and comfortable environment, learning to better understand yourself and others, and learning to manage feelings in a way that they no longer feel overwhelming. A good therapy relationship can provide the time to think and reflect, and the support and guidance needed to develop aspects of yourself to allow desired changes in your life.


Laura  Otton

Laura Otton

Offers Online Sessions
Out-of-pocket-fees: $160 per session

When you are struggling with current or past difficulties, challenges, and overwhelming feelings, you deserve to have a space that is kind, caring, and non-judgmental. I know that the best environment for therapy is one that is safe and supportive of each person to grow into their unique potential. By using evidence-based practices and creating clear goals, I provide an effective therapeutic space to help each person learn healthy coping strategies, build self-awareness, and grow the confidence they need to feel better in all aspects of their lives.


Ariel  Sank

Ariel Sank

Offers Online Sessions
Out-of-pocket-fees: $200 - $225 per session

Therapy is a wonderful opportunity to gain a deeper sense of understanding and fulfillment in your life. By exploring your thoughts, feelings and behaviors you will begin to develop more self-awareness and self-acceptance. We often find ourselves feeling stuck, unmotivated, anxious or depressed. Therapy provides an opportunity to gain insight, heal from past wounds and work towards your goals in a supportive and collaborative environment.


Meris  Powell

Meris Powell

Offers Online Sessions
Out-of-pocket-fees: $250 per session

Most of us are used to keeping our thoughts and feelings to ourselves, but talk therapy works. Talk therapy can help you change the way you think and feel about your life. It can provide structure and meaning, reduce anxiety, raise mood, lead to self-awareness and improve relationships. Let's talk.


Andrew  Goodman

Andrew Goodman

Offers Online Sessions
Out-of-pocket-fees: $150 - $200 per session

I have been a therapist working with couples and individuals for more than twenty-five years. During that time I have found it is important to balance understanding a couple as a whole and the two individuals which make up the relationship. I help a couple focus on ineffective and dysfunctional communication patterns that result in a sense of frustration and discouragement. I encourage each person to express their emotional needs more directly and openly. People often express their anger and criticism about their partner's behavior, but have difficulty asking for what they need in a clear, non-attacking way. When people can express their underlying needs for support and understanding, and the insecurities and vulnerable feelings they usually hide, their partners then are more likely to respond in a positive, affirming way.

This approach helps couples develop constructive problem resolution skills. People become able to assert themselves more comfortably, while understanding and appreciating their partner's perspective. Couples often find they learn new things about their partner’s personality even when they have been together a long time.

In individual therapy I also help people focus on patterns in their significant relationships that result in feelings of frustration, distance, and sadness. Most  people come into therapy because they are experiencing emotionally painful feelings such as anxiety, depression, and anger which they are having difficulty managing. They know what hurts, but they may not be aware of the meanings that they give to certain situations. It is the meaning that we assign to a situation that causes pain, more than a specific action or behavior that someone does to us. Understanding our experience and motivations more clearly, helps us communicate our needs more directly to the important people in our lives. This both decreases our pain and increases a sense of connection to others. Before we can communicate more clearly with others, we have to be able to identify and formulate our experience clearly to ourselves. This leads to increased self-esteem and self-acceptance.


Aviva  Gitlin

Aviva Gitlin

Offers Online Sessions
Out-of-pocket-fees: $250 - $300 per session

Patients are often uncertain what to expect from the process of therapy. They are not sure of what to expect of the therapist or even if the therapist has any expectations of them.

I have found most patients approach therapy with the notion that each person will describe their distress and somehow the therapist will assist them to create happier, more functional, relationships. They expect to learn some new or better skills.

First, I do have some expectations of you. I am not neutral. I have evolved principles and concepts that I believe give us the greatest chance for success.

The hardest part of therapy is accepting you will need to improve your response to a problem (how you think about it, feel about it, or what to do about it). Very few people want to focus on improving their response. It’s more common to build a strong case for why others should do the improving.

Your job is to create your own individual objectives for being in therapy. Like a good coach, my job is to help you reach them. I have many, many tools to help you become a more effective person – they work best when you are clear about how you aspire to be.

The major aim of therapy is increasing your knowledge about yourself and your patterns of interacting in with others. Therapy becomes effective as you apply new knowledge to break ineffective patterns and develop better ones.


Renee  Eddy

Renee Eddy

Offers Online Sessions
Out-of-pocket-fees: $100 - $150 per session

The following questions are common: Why can’t I sleep? Why don’t I feel like myself? Why do I feel numb and depressed? The isolation is taking a toll on me! I cannot deal with my kids right now! The feelings and symptoms you are experiencing may be about your body and mind trying to adjust to difficult and stressful from life experiences. Especially with everything that’s going on in our world right now. Well, that is understandable because we are dealing with something in our society that we’ve never dealt with before and it’s having a negative domino effect on your mind, body and soul. You feel completely thrown out of balance from your life traditions. However, it is important to remember that there is hope.


Amy  Colley

Amy Colley

Offers Online Sessions
Insurances: Aetna, Medicare
Out-of-pocket-fees: $150 - $225 per session

The most important aspect of psychotherapy is finding the right fit with regard to the therapist--someone you feel safe and comfortable with.


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