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Psychotherapy is a type of talk therapy that involves working with a mental health professional to explore and address emotional and behavioral challenges. It can help individuals better understand their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors and develop coping skills and strategies to manage them. Psychotherapy can be used alone or in combination with medication to treat mental health disorders such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and others.

In psychiatric treatment, psychotherapy is often used as a complementary approach to medication, with the goal of improving overall mental health and functioning. It can also be used as a standalone treatment for milder mental health conditions or as a preventative measure to maintain good mental health. Psychotherapy can be highly effective in helping individuals overcome their mental health challenges and improve their overall quality of life.

difference between psychotherapy and psychiatry

Insurances we accept

Psychotherapy is a form of talk therapy that aims to improve mental health by helping individuals explore their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. It can be used to treat a wide range of mental health conditions, including depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder, among others. Psychotherapy focuses on helping individuals develop coping skills and strategies to manage their symptoms and improve their overall quality of life. It can be used alone or in combination with medication to provide comprehensive psychiatric treatment.


What clients said about us
Albert GindiAlbert Gindi
02:26 15 Dec 22
I have seen many many psychiatrists and Dr. Natalie Rimar is really as good as they come in this field. She is very well versed in the medical field and she gives you the time and attention every patient deserves as opposed to just going to any psychiatrist them giving just 5 minutes of their time and saying ok will RX you XYZ medication I sent it to your pharmacy goodbye. Dr. Rimar actually cares about her clients and takes her profession very seriously. Thank you Again!
Nerys ManceboNerys Mancebo
01:05 26 Nov 22
Been a patient for a few years now, and I’m very happy with the service provided by both the staff and nurses and the Doctor.I’m so glad to be able to be seen when I need it.Thank you so much for taking care of me with empathy and understanding.🙏😇💕
Barbara HaberBarbara Haber
00:33 21 Oct 22
I met with Mary Parker, a nurse practioner. She was very professional, friendly and knowledgeable. After asking questions about my history, she discussed different treatment possibilities. I was happy with the session and look forward to meeting with her again on a regular basis
13:51 15 Oct 22
My first visit with Dr. Rudoy was better than expected. He was thorough and heard my concerns. I look forward to a positive doctor/patient relationship. I highly recommend the practice.

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    Which insurances do we accept?

    We accept the following insurances:

    • Aetna
    • Anthem – BCBS
    • Cigna
    • UMR
    • UHC
    • UHC Community
    • UHC Oxford
    • Emblem Health
    • 1199 First
    • Fidelis
    From what age can children be seen?

    Children as young as 12 years old may be seen by our expert Psychiatrist, Psychotherapists, and Nurse Practitioners.

    Rules of Conduct

    Good Health Psychiatric Services PC prides itself on maintaining a safe and professional environment. As such, various rules are strictly enforced for all in-person and telehealth visits.

    • Telehealth (virtual) visits are conducted with the same professionalism as in office. All parties are required to wear appropriate attire.
    • Telehealth visits are HIPAA regulated (privacy protected).
    • Telehealth visits cannot be conducted in a moving car.
    • Help us maintain your privacy, find a private, quiet place to conduct your session.
    • We reserve the right to cancel your session and future sessions if adherence to the rules of conduct are not met.
    Hours of Operation

    Monday 9am – 6:30pm
    Tuesday 9am – 5:30pm
    Wednesday 9am – 6:30pm
    Thursday 9am – 6:30pm
    Friday 8am – 6:30pm
    Saturday CLOSED
    Sunday CLOSED

    Which location do you serve?

    We are currently able to accept residents of NY and FL. Residency is required for both in-person and telehealth visits.

    No-Show Policy

    We schedule our appointments so that each patient receives the right amount of time to be seen by our providers. That is why it is very important that you keep your scheduled appointment with us and arrive on time.

    As a courtesy, and to help patients remember their scheduled appointments, we send text message and email reminders in advance of the appointment time. If your schedule changes and you cannot keep your appointment, please contact us so we may reschedule you, and accommodate those patients who are waiting for an appointment.

    If established patients do not cancel or reschedule their appointment with at least 24 hours’ notice, we will assess a $50.00 “no-show” service charge to your account. If you are a new patient to the practice and you do not cancel or reschedule appointment with at least 48 hours’ notice, we will assess a $100.00 “no-show” service charge to your account This “no-show charge” is not reimbursable by your insurance company and your credit card on file will be charged for it. After three consecutive no-shows to your appointment, our practice will hold the right to terminate it’s relationship with you.

    Good Health Psychiatric Services PC and its affiliated entities is offering a secure and convenient method of payment for the portion of services that your insurance does not cover, but for which you are liable. Your credit card information is kept confidential and secure. You will be charged one business day prior to your visit for any co-payment, co-insurance, deductible or no-show fees that apply, other payments to your card are processed after the claim has been filed to and processed by your insurance carrier, and the insurance portion of the claim has posted to your account, or if valid insurance information was not provided at the time of service.

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