The New School Psychotherapy Research Program (NSPRP) is operated by the Clinical Psychology program at the New School. We offer individual psychotherapy provided by New School Clinical Psychology PhD candidates under the supervision of licensed psychologists. Treatment is provided on an individualized basis and monitored carefully to ensure that clients’ goals are being met. The NSPRP conducts ongoing research for quality control purposes and to shed new light on factors contributing to change.
All sessions are videotaped in order to ensure that therapy is progressing in a satisfactory fashion. The videotapes are reviewed by the therapists' supervisors. In addition, clients complete brief questionnaires before every session. Clients' responses to these questionnaires help determine whether any changes are required to the treatment approach.
Our clients are adults from the greater New York area. Typical issues that bring people into therapy include relationship problems, difficulty managing stress, life transitions, depression, feeling stuck or conflicted about relationships or work, interpersonal conflicts and tensions, losses, difficulties finding the “right” romantic partner, or just a general sense of not getting what you want out of life.
Therapy sessions last for about one hour (this includes a few minutes at the beginning of every session to fill out your treatment progress questionnaire). Sessions are usually scheduled once per week.
The cost is $20.00-$50.00 per session and is based on family size and income.
If you are interested in therapy or in finding out more about our program, call us today at 212.229.5700 x2478.
You will speak with one of our intake interviewers on the phone, who will answer any questions you may have and ask you a series of questions to help determine whether our program is right for you. If you and your interviewer decide to proceed further, we will schedule an in-person consultation, during which a more detailed interview will be conducted, which usually takes an hour and a half to two hours. This consultation is free of charge. After this appointment, you will either be accepted to the program or be offered a well-informed referral.
New School Psychotherapy Research Program
Tel: 212.229.5700 x2478
Director of the New School Psychotherapy Research Program
Richelle Allen, PhD
Manager of the New School Psychotherapy Research Program