Well-Being: Mental Health Evaluation & Treatment Services
During this time of heightened emotions, it is normal to need additional support. We encourage you to seek mental health evaluation and/or treatment from the resources in the tabs below if you think you may benefit from connecting with a mental health professional.
If you are experiencing a mental health crisis:
Call below to connect with 24/7 Mental Health Crisis Response Teams, staffed by mental health professionals from Department of Psychiatry and Department Social Work:
MSBI and NYEEI: 929-305-0181
Mount Sinai Behavioral Health is pleased to announce the availability of outpatient Telepsychiatry and telephonic visits for Mount Sinai Health System employees during the COVID crisis. We have broad expertise in depression, anxiety, trauma, and complex psychiatric illnesses. Employees seeking psychiatric evaluation, psychotherapy, and/or medication management through our virtual platform are encouraged to contact any of the following services at the following numbers:
Mount Sinai Beth Israel: (212) 420-2400 (Children, Adolescents, Adults, Geriatric)
Mount Sinai Hospital: (212) 241-5947 (Adults)
(212) 241-7175 (Children and Adolescents)
Mount Sinai Morningside and Mount Sinai West: (212) 523-8080 (Adults)
(212) 523-3082 (Children and Adolescents)
Psychiatrists, psychologists, nurse practitioners, and social workers in the Department of Psychiatry Faculty Practice provide confidential psychiatric evaluation and ongoing treatment including medication management and/or psychotherapy. Services are available by telepsychiatry during the COVID epidemic and UMR Top Tier insurance is accepted. Please call or email for more information: Contact: 212-659-8752 | PsychiatryFPA@mssm.edu.
MSHS Employee Assistance Program (EAP):
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provides free, confidential short-term counseling services to Mount Sinai employees and your covered dependents. Licensed social workers trained provide counseling services to individuals in need of personal assistance provide counseling. For questions, contact 212-241-8937.
The STMH service provides confidential mental health evaluations, crisis interventions, psychotherapy and medication management for Mount Sinai students and trainees, regardless of their insurance plan.
During this time of social distancing, STMH has transitioned primarily to telehealth services utilizing confidential platforms. On site appointments will be made available, however, if clinically indicated. To schedule an appointment (initial or follow-up), please email STMH@mssm.edu or call 212-659-8805 between 9 AM and 5 PM Monday-Friday.
STMH is also conducting two psychotherapy groups (via telehealth) for our students and trainees that will provide support and tools for coping with the stresses created by the COVID-19 pandemic. These groups will offer a space to share and process feelings and experiences related to this crisis, and to learn practical tools for coping effectively. Please email/call STMH for more information.
For after-hours support or crisis help, there is a new 24/7 hotline dedicated specifically to Mount Sinai Students and Trainees. please call the dedicated 24/7 crisis hotline that has been established for students and trainees within the Mount Sinai Health System: Call 212-241-2400 (or 1-866-339-7725).
Mount Sinai Department of Rehabilitation and Human Performance Rehabilitation Neuropsychology Faculty Practice Rehabilitation Psychologists, Neuropsychologists and Psychologists in the Department of Rehabilitation and Human Performance specialize in cognitive rehabilitation, psychotherapy and trauma processing for individuals with brain injury and other neurocognitive disorders. We also welcome Mount Sinai Health System employees who are seeking psychotherapy and/or skills training for the management of anxiety, stress, and sleep disturbance. Services are available by video visit during the COVID epidemic and UMR is accepted. Please call or email for more information: Contact: 212-241-4706 | Annell.Ovalles@mountsinai.org