Services

Services


Service

Offered

Description

Current Status

Adult Interventions 

Intake


$25/intake

Spring (Jan-May); applications accepted from January to March.

Interviews to help identify main difficulties interfering with normal functioning and to recommend most appropriate counseling/therapy; Recommended when unclear of what service to receive.

 

Available Spring 2023

 

Adult Dynamic Psychotherapy

$40/session

All Year;  applications accepted year-round.

For Limited time only to any of the following: major life changes, conflict with another person, death of a loved one, and/or social isolation/loneliness.

Typically long-term to address long-term and existential concerns.

 

Currently unavailable

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

$40/session

All Year

Short-term to address specific issues of concern. Primarily focus is on skill-building, and increased awareness around the specific issue. 

Currently unavailable

Emotional Regulation Therapy (ERT)


Free

All Year

Short Term research-based study aimed to better manage anxiety concerns.

Available Soon

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)


$40/session

All Year

Short- term to address intra/ interpersonal issues and emotional skill building.

Currently unavailable

Interpersonal Therapy (IPT)

$40/session

All Year

Short term to address issues of loss of a relationship, job or other losses, death of a significant other.

Available

Family & Couples Therapy 

$40/session

Offered from October to May; applications accepted from September to November.

Short-term guidance to help families assess their family members’ strengths and establish goals for the future while addressing present difficulties. 

Limited Availablity

Child & Adolescent Interventions

Child/ Adolescent Cognitive Behavior Therapy

$40/session

All Year

These services are available for short term and/or long term. 

Currently unavailable

Child/ Adolescent Dynamic Psychotherapy


$40/session

All Year

These services are available for short term and/or long term.

Currently unavailable

Reading & Writing Services


$1,000/semester

All Year

Tutoring for writing reading skills and related school subject difficulties.

Available Spring 2023

Assessments

Adult Psychoeducational Evaluation


$1,000

Offered in Fall semester; applications accepted from July to September.

Diagnostic test evaluation of cognitive and academic achievement; includes emotional/personality skills assessment.

Available

Child/ Adolescent  Psychoeducational Evaluation

$1,000

All Year

Diagnostic test evaluation of cognitive and academic achievement; includes emotional/personality skills assessment.

Available

Adult Psychological Evaluation

$1,000

All Year; applications accepted from September to January. 

Diagnostic test evaluation of cognitive, emotional/personality skills

Available

Child/ Adolescent Psychological Evaluation

$1,000

Offered in Fall

Diagnostic test evaluation of cognitive, emotional/personality skills

Available

Group Therapy 

Adult DBT

$150/semester

Offered in Fall

This group aims to  assist individuals  cope effectively with intense emotions, interpersonal relationships and addictive behaviors.

Currently unavailable

Parenting

$150/semester

Offered in Fall

This group aims to provide mutual support for parents as well as effective coping strategies.

Available

Reentry Support Group for Males Recently Released from Incarceration

$150/semester


Offered in Fall

 

This group will provide participants a safe space to process emotions, develop self-care strategies, and gain support from group-members experiencing similar challenges as well as provide support for social and practical community reintegration.

 
Available 

Adolescent DBT Group

$150/semester 

Offered in Fall

 

The Adolescent Dialectical Behavior Therapy Group (DBT) or Emotional Skills Group will use (DBT) techniques to help participants better manage, cope with and understand their emotions.   

 

Available

Parents of Adolescent DBT Group

$150/semester

Offered in Fall

 

The Parents of Adolescent DBT group or Emotional Skills Group will provide a supportive environment for parents to understand and facilitate the learned skills by the adolescents as well as a safe space to explore their emotions.

 
Available 

Service: Parenting Skills Group for Teen Moms Moms-to-Be


Free

Offered: Fall 2022

Description: This 8-week-long group offers a new way of thinking that makes parenting easier and less overwhelming by teaching concrete skills and providing a useful framework for raising a child from birth through adolescence. Participants must be under the age of 23 and currently pregnant and/or a mother of children ages 0-5 years.

Available 

 

Services are provided according to the academic schedule of the College and when the student is available at the center to offer the service. It is important to follow the schedule below, which includes when is the service provided before submission of the application. Please review the following information carefully and contact our main office Monday to Friday 9 am to 5 pm at 212-678-3262 for any questions. After an application is submitted, a brief phone screening is conducted to help identify areas of need of further information or clarification After the phone screening, an initial intake appointment with your provider will be

 

Application Forms

The Dean Hope Center continues to offer sliding scale fees to clients and families who experience economic hardship. Clients and families wishing to apply for sliding scale fee adjustments are required to provide copies of official documents from government or employer agencies along with a completed Fee Adjustment Form, obtained through Dean Hope Center.

Adult clients currently enrolled full-time in an academic program and wishing to apply for sliding scale are required to present a valid full-time student ID as well as an official student financial statement listing income resources including student loan, scholarship or grant.

As a training clinic, we do not accept any medical insurance.  Sliding scale fees will be determined based on household income and expenses.  You can inquire about our fee adjustment procedure after your first visit at the Center. If you would like to use your FSA (Flexible Spending Account) to cover your out-of-pocket expenses, please request for a billing statement and additional information from the Associate Director at 212-678-3370. 

Psychological Services for Veterans & Family Members

The Dean Hope Center is committed to providing services to Veterans, their family members, spouses, and children. Being a veteran or a family member of a veteran is viewed as a unique multicultural identity. Our services are tailored to be relevant and understanding of experiences unique to veterans and their family members. We are also committed to teaching our students the necessary skills to work with Veterans and their families. They are trained by the Teachers College Resilience Center for Veterans and Families. Veterans are welcome to participate in all the services provided at the center at a reduced fee of 50% from the original fee stated on the service table. Please refer to the Services Table.

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