Mental Health Professionals and Resources

Mental Health Professionals can help

No matter what is happening in your life right now, you don't have to go it alone. Find trained and skilled mental health professionals, clinics, support groups, and public services providing care.

From the mental and behavioral health services covered by your University medical plan, to the Employee Assistance Program and CopeColumbia, the University offers a range of options to help support the wellbeing of you and your family.

Mental Health Professionals and Resources

As leaders in the field for more than 100 years, ColumbiaDoctors psychiatrists and therapists provide a comprehensive array of mental health services at multiple locations across the NY metro area.

At ColumbiaDoctors Psychiatry, the mind is our life’s work. Our providers combine knowledge of the latest evidence base with years of clinical experience to guide adults, children, and adolescents through the journey of improving their thoughts, feelings, and behavior.

Learn more about the interventionist procedures for patients.

For more information, please call 212-305-6001 or submit our online form. One of our intake specialists will help you.

CopeColumbia is a program developed by faculty in the Department of Psychiatry at Columbia in the wake of the early stages of the US COVID pandemic to foster collective well-being and resilience in health care providers and other faculty and staff at CUIMC and the larger CU community by sharing evidence-based coping strategies, facilitating access to peer support, and contributing to an inclusive and compassionate culture.


Services include peer support groups, individual peer support sessions, Townhalls/webinars on topics related to well-being and resilience, as well as focused work with different groups, including leadership groups on supporting/building team resilience.

Behavioral health resources and care, all in one place

As part of your UnitedHealthcare (UHC) plan benefits, behavioral health support services through Live and Work Well are available to you and your family.

Find the right care for you

Use the provider search to help locate therapists, psychiatrists or other behavioral health clinicians and facilities near you. You’ll be able to narrow your search by provider name, location, area of expertise and more. After you find a provider, you have the option of scheduling an in-person or virtual appointment.

With Live and Work Well, you can:

  • Find network behavioral health providers
  • Schedule in-person or virtual appointments with providers
  • Read, watch and learn about a variety of behavioral health related topics
Get Started

To access Live and Work Well and see your mental health benefits, sign in to®. Then, go to Coverage & Benefits > Mental Health.

UHC Phone: 800-232-9357


The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a network of free or discounted services to support your personal success and help with everyday challenges, including child and eldercare issues and substance abuse support services.