About field trip health new york
Clients work with our New York team to create a personalized treatment plan designed to help them reach their desired outcomes. Intention setting is an important part of this process, helping clients enter an engaged mindset prior to treatment. In our Ketamine Exploration sessions, the medicine helps clients break negative thought patterns and access healing that was previously inaccessible. After Exploration, our psychedelically-trained therapists work with you to integrate the insights from your treatment experience into daily life, resulting in improved mental health and sustained wellbeing.
New York City Health Center was intentionally designed for well-being and to facilitate healing within a tranquil retreat that's only a short walk from Madison Square Park. Our treatment team specializes in sensorimotor psychotherapy, humanistic, transpersonal, and psychodynamic principles, family constellation work, shamanic studies, EMDR, somatic therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical-behavioral therapy (DBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), existential therapy and trauma-informed bilingual therapy. Along with services for survivors of intimate-partner violence and other forms of gendered-based trauma.
Our New York clinic provides individual ketamine-assisted therapy – and is pleased to also offer group maintenance ketamine therapy sessions to our clients. Our expert team of medical and mental health professionals at Field Trip will provide you with tools and support throughout your healing journey.
Our New York location is conveniently located on 25th St. between 3rd Ave. & Lexington Ave. in Kipp’s Bay near the & 23rd St. Stations, and just a 5-minute walk from Madison Square Park.
Paid parking is available in close proximity to the clinic at various parking lots, including at 200 E. 24th St., 330 3rd Ave., and 215 E. 24th St.
Wheelchair accessible by elevator only.
Private accessible washrooms are available.
Please note that our Field Trip Health teams are only available during their staffing hours. As a result, our teams are not immediately available to handle emergency situations. If you require emergency assistance, please seek help immediately by calling ‘911’ or the United States National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.