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619 Lexington Avenue
New York, NY 10022

My office is conveniently located in Midtown East, in Saint Peter’s Church, on the corner of 54th Street and Lexington Avenue. The E, M and 6 trains stop at the 53rd Street and Lexington Avenue station around the corner. The church building is ADA compliant.

Please use the form on this page to schedule a free initial consultation and let me know about your therapy needs. You may also email me at vineetachopratherapy@gmail.com.

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Fees

I offer a free consultation. $100 per 50 minute online session.

I am not in network with any insurance plan. I can provide you with a monthly invoice that you can submit to your insurance company directly for partial reimbursement.  Please contact your provider to verify if your plan compensates you for psychotherapy services.

 

 

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