Our practice offers cognitive behavioral therapy to help clients remove obstacles to personal growth and realize their full potential. We provide practical and powerful tools while working with clients individual needs and unique personal experiences.

Cognitive behavioral therapy helps adults, children and adolescents who are stuck by overwhelming emotions such as anxiety or managing behavioral problems like poor sleep/insomnia, procrastination, attention disorders, anger outbursts and addictive  behaviors. We also help clients cope with the stress of daily life like work and family demands and everything else that comes with living in a fast-paced hectic city.

If you are interested in achieving your peak potential in areas ranging from sports to business performance, we can help you increase motivation, sharpen your focus, and prepare for your big event through mental skills training.

With over 20 years of experience, clinical psychologist Dr. Robert Udewitz and his staff help clients reach those goals that are most relevant to their lives.  Rob Udewitz is an adjunct professor at Columbia Unversity Teacher’s College and has served as a consultant for the United States Olympic Team.

Please contact us if you’d like to learn more about our services or if you are ready to set up an appointment.  Behavior Therapy of New York is conveniently located near Grand Central Station in midtown Manhattan.

August 29, 2016

Managing Anxiety in Public Speaking – Presentation for the American Business Women’s Association

“It was so great to have Dr. Rob and Jessi speak for the NYC of the American Business Women’s Association. As an organization that supports the growth and development of professionals and business owners, we value ongoing education and they brought some great information and tips for our members to improve their public speaking skills […]

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June 28, 2016

Mindfulness Training Lowers Depression, Stress in Kids

Mindfulness training taught in schools may decrease risk of developing depression and improve overall well-being in adolescents, new research suggests. A feasibility study of more than 500 students in the United Kingdom showed that those who participated in the universal Mindfulness in Schools Program (MiSP) had significantly fewer depressive symptoms after 9 weeks of treatment […]

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Virtual Reality Therapy

Virtual reality is a new and exciting area of treatment in mental health. Clients are able to confront phobias in the comfort andconvenience of the office setting. Treatment protocols are individuallytailored to each client’s level of discomfort surrounding their fear.The virtual reality experience acts as a bridge to the actual experience allowing the client a […]