Located in midtown by Bryant Park, 0ur practice offers cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) as a way to help clients overcome obstacles to personal growth. We provide practical and powerful tools while working with clients individual needs and unique personal experiences.

CBT helps adults, children, and adolescents who experience overwhelming emotions such as anxiety or who are 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 in areas such as, work, family demands and everything else that comes with living in a demanding fast-paced city. By incorporating techniques such as Mindfulness, Biofeedback, and Virtual Reality into treatment, we offer a full package of resources to assist our clients in reaching their goals.

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 25 years of experience, clinical psychologist Dr. Robert Udewitz and his staff help clients reach those goals that are most relevant to their lives.  Rob is an adjunct professor at Columbia University 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.

April 14, 2020

Teletherapy/Video Sessions

At Behavior Therapy of New York, we have been providing video therapy sessions through a HIPAA-compliant platform for the past 5 years. And, while therapy sessions work best when we can sit in the same room with our clients, sometimes circumstances make this logistically difficult. Our familiarity with conducting video sessions has made it easier […]

April 13, 2020

Mindfulness and Biofeedback Lowers Stress and Anxiety in Children

Mindfulness training may decrease risk of developing depression and anxiety 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 and […]

April 12, 2020

Sleep Problems

Improving sleep is an important focus in our work with many clients. Many presenting problems and diagnoses are accompanied by disturbed sleep. Often clients are unaware that there sleep habits are exacerbating or even the cause of the presenting problem. In other instances clients are aware of their poor sleep hygiene but are without techniques […]