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    The Seleni institute
    The Seleni institute
    207 E 94th St
    New York
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    Review and Rating

    Reviewed by 2021Review
    On 07-Sep-2021
    Subject:  Therapist for new mom
    Comment:  I highly recommend the Seleni Institute: https://www.seleni.org/. They specialize in supporting perinatal mental health, particularly postpartum anxiety, etc. Whatever your wife is going through, she's not alone in it and there is a whole field of research and highly trained professionals who can support.
    Reviewed by 2021Review
    On 08-Aug-2021
    Subject:  Working moms therapist recommendation
    Comment:  The Seleni Institute was great when I was dealing with the same issues. They are on the UES but they did offer televisits (pre-COVID) and I imagine do so even more now. At the time I was there in 2018, they only took Blue Cross Blue Shield but that also may have changed. I had to pay out of pocket until a certain point and then it would have been covered at an out of network rate by my insurance. They offered me a sliding fee scale.
    Reviewed by 2021Review
    On 05-Aug-2021
    Subject:  Therapist for postpartum depression
    Comment:  I can recommend Erica Mindes at the Seleni Institute, a center that specializes in perinatal/maternal mental health. I cannot speak to her experience with disordered eating, though have found our work around perinatal mood symptoms very productive.
    Reviewed by 2021Review
    On 11-Mar-2021
    Subject:  Need therapist for Postpartum anxiety
    Comment:  I just started seeing someone at Seleni Institute which is a perinatal mental health center (3 sessions under my belt now) and have already found my therapist very helpful. They are in-network with Blue Cross Blue Shield only, if that is a consideration.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 24-Apr-2020
    Subject:  Postpartum therapist needed
    Comment:  I was happy with Seleni Institute for my postpartum anxiety. They specialize in pre and postpartum, and fertility. They do telehealth sessions. I believe Blue Cross is the only insurance they take but they do sliding scale for out of network.
    Reviewed by 2019Review
    On 26-Jul-2019
    Subject:  [ANONYMOUS] IVF therapist?
    Comment:  I love the seleni institute so much. I found them via PSP. I have had 3 miscarriages and the seleni institute specializes in fertility . They’re on the UES, right off the Q. So it’s a haul ... but SOOOO worth it!
    Reviewed by 2018Review
    On 22-Sep-2018
    Subject:  [ANONYMOUS] Therapist for PPD
    Comment:   I ended up sticking with Seleni - the location is not ideal but since I work in Manhattan and they were able to get me in at 9:15a on Mondays, I decided it was worth it as I like the doctor I'm working with. I'm paying a sliding fee of $175. Have prescribing docs available but my specific therapist is not able to prescribe. (2018 figure)
    Reviewed by Administrator
    On 29-Sep-2013
    Subject:  ISO therapist who specializes in childbirth issues
    Comment:  So, the therapists at Seleni focus on reproductive and maternal mental health, and frequently see clients regarding issues related to previous births. There's financial assistance if necessary (income based) and the rates are very reasonable.
    Reviewed by Administrator
    On 29-Sep-2013
    Subject:  ISO therapist who specializes in childbirth issues
    Comment:  The Seleni institute is a relatively new perinatal mental health clinic with therapists who specialize in issues surrounding pregnancy, fertility, labor/delivery and the postpartum period. I work with therapists there professionally and can attest to how wonderful they are.