Virtual MindWell | Online Counseling NYC

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MindWell NYC provides online therapy services in response to the growing need for accessible and flexible mental health care. Our virtual clinicians specialize in providing cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) with the goal of teaching our clients practical tools for leading a more fulfilled life.

Reclaim Your Peace of Mind with Virtual MindWell

Virtual MindWell has therapists experienced in providing telehealth, ready to help with challenges you are experiencing.

Featured Virtual Therapists

Dr. Katherine Veazey Morris, Ph.D.

Dr. Katherine Veazey Morris is a licensed clinical psychologist at Mindwell NYC. Fully licensed in New York and Pennsylvania, she specializes in insomnia and sleep disorders, trauma-related disorders (PTSD), depression, and traumatic brain injury (TBI). She has significant experience and interest in exposure-based therapies to treat trauma, emotion regulation, interpersonal challenges, and health behavior change. She is certified in Prolonged Exposure for PTSD (PE), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), Cognitive Processing Therapy for PTSD (CPT), and Interpersonal Therapy for Depression (IPT). She also has training in Written Exposure Therapy for PTSD, acceptance-based therapies, mindfulness, and EEG and Heart Rate Variability biofeedback. Dr. Veazey Morris provides online individual and group therapy via telehealth to adults at MindWell NYC.

What We Treat

Virtual MindWell treats adults with a wide range of challenges including but not limited to:

Sadness and Depression


Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Covid-19 Related Stress

Relationship Challenges

Difficulty Meeting Your Goals

Self-Esteem Issues

Life Transitions

Frequently Asked Telehealth Questions

Mental health care delivered remotely, or over a secure online platform, is referred to as telehealth or telepsychology (APA, 2020). Our clinicians provide high quality and effective treatment that creates a comfortable, safe, and warm environment similar to in-office therapy. We have been providing virtual therapy services for a number of years and are prepared and thoughtful when it comes to meeting online.
With telehealth, you are able to phone or video conference with one of our skilled licensed therapists at the click of a button in a location that is convenient for you. Telehealth brings therapy right to your door. You will receive a link for a place to meet your therapist online so that you can participate in therapy from a location that works best for you. While you can do therapy from anywhere, we recommend finding a quiet place with privacy and a strong internet connection for optimal results. 

Our specialists are here to help adults managing a variety of challenges, such as anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, depression, stress, life transitions, low self-esteem, and more. If you are interested in going to therapy but are hindered by a tight work schedule, lack of childcare, or long commute, telehealth could work well for you. Although our New York City office is our home, we are working to meet the needs of our clients by providing virtual therapy throughout New York State.

Research has shown that telehealth is an effective kind of treatment and that therapy delivered by video and phone works for depression, anxiety and adjustment disorder (APA, 2020; Varker, 2019). Given the benefits and effectiveness of telehealth, it is likely that more and more clinicians will start to offer this service; however, it is important to work with therapists who have practice and experience working online. 

During the COVID pandemic, many insurance companies began covering telehealth more broadly. Some insurance companies are now planning to end their telehealth coverage and no longer reimburse for these services. Please check with your insurance provider to see if you receive out-of-network benefits for telehealth

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