Therapists in the Flatiron District NYC
The following therapists, psychologists, and psychiatrists are located in the Flatiron District of NYC. Filter your search results by specialty, availability, and more. Watch introductory videos of each therapist, and book a free call to assess whether your therapist is right for you!
Flatiron District therapists accept payment from a variety of insurances, most commonly Cigna Behavioral Health. However, it may be difficult to find a Flatiron District therapist who is in-network with your insurance. Few Flatiron District therapists accept health insurance because of low pay, logistical challenges, and privacy concerns. Those who do accept insurance are often fully booked. In Flatiron and the surrounding areas, sessions with therapists who are out-of-network range from $175- $250+.
Therapy sessions in the Flatiron District are typically 45 minutes to one hour. Therapists treat individuals of all ages including adults, college students, teenagers, and children. Many also offer couples counseling and family therapy. Some Flatiron District therapists only see clients in-person, but a number offer remote or online sessions as well.
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How to find a therapist in Flatiron
How much does therapy cost in the Flatiron District of NYC?
In the Flatiron District, therapy typically costs anywhere from $175 to more than $250 per session if you’re paying out of pocket. If your therapist accepts insurance, you'd only be responsible for the copay, which is usually $20 to $40. If you have a high-deductible plan, expect to pay $175 to $250+ per session until your insurance starts contributing.
You can also ask your therapist if they offer a sliding scale, or reduced fee, to clients with limited financial resources. In the Flatiron District, sliding scales can be as low as $100 per session.
Does health insurance cover therapy in the Flatiron District NYC?
Due to low reimbursement rates, logistical challenges, and privacy concerns, few Flatiron District therapists are in-network with health insurance plans. However, there are several who do accept insurance from plans such as Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Consolidated Health Plans, Medicare, and NYU health insurance.
You may be eligible for out-of-network benefits from your insurance. For details about what your plan offers, , search your plan documents for your summary of benefits. The key terms are “out-of-network deductible” and “coinsurance.” Your deductible is the amount you’ll have to pay before your insurance starts contributing. Coinsurance is the amount that they will reimburse you,
Where are most therapists in the Flatiron District NYC located?
Flatiron District therapists see clients in office and residential spaces in the area bounded by Union Square to the south, Chelsea to the west, 23rd Street and Madison Square Park to the north, and Park Avenue to the east.
How can I get to therapy appointments in the Flatiron District NYC?
The 23rd Street subway station is located at the intersection of 23rd Street, Fifth Avenue and Broadway.
The station serves the R train except when it’s late at night, the W train on weekdays, the N train late at night and on weekends, and the Q train.
Some Flatiron District therapists also offer remote or online counseling, which is great for managing medications and keeping up with therapy during busy times.
When can I schedule therapy appointments in the Flatiron District NYC?
You can schedule therapy appointments in the Flatiron District at any time of day. Therapists see clients early in the morning before work or school, during the day – such as for lunchtime appointments – and in the evenings after 5pm. Many therapists also see clients on the weekends.