FAQS

DO YOU ACCEPT INSURANCE?

Dr. Rosen does not accept any insurance plans in her practice.  If your insurance provides out of network benefits, she will provide you with a superbill which can be submitted to insurance for  reimbursement. She cannot guarantee reimbursement, but many patients receive reimbursement for a large portion of their bill. Please check with your individual insurance plan to determine out of network benefits and coverage.

 

By not accepting insurance, she is able to provide a superior level of care to her patients. Her treatment decisions are dictated by a patient's best interests rather than restrictions placed by the insurance company.

WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT DURING AN INITIAL EVALUATION?

Initial child evaluations typically take two to three hours. Dr. Rosen will meet with your child individually and will meet with parents to review history and concerns. She will also review relevant medical and educational records before making recommendations about diagnosis and treatment.

 

Initial evaluations for adults typically take 90 minutes to two hours. At the end of the first session, Dr. Rosen will make recommendations about your treatment plan that may include therapy or medication.

HOW LONG ARE FOLLOW UP APPOINTMENTS?

Follow up visits are typically 45 minutes long.

DO YOU TREAT ADULTS?

Dr. Rosen treats adults and children in her practice.

HOW DO I KNOW IF MY CHILD NEEDS TO SEE A PSYCHIATRIST?

There are many reasons that a child can benefit from a psychiatric evaluation. If your child is having academic difficulties or behavioral problems at home or at school, or seems to be in distress, an expert evaluation can help clarify the problem. If your child has been in therapy for 6 weeks or longer without improvement, or has expressed suicidal thoughts or self-harmed, a psychiatric evaluation is warranted.

WHY SHOULD I CHOOSE A BOARD CERTIFIED CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRIST?

Board Certified Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists have undergone many years of training that includes medical school, residency and fellowship. They are trained in treating psychiatric illness with medication and therapy. In addition to passing the accreditation test, they continue educating themselves to maintain board certification. When you choose a Board Certified Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist such as Dr. Rosen, you can rest assured that your child will be evaluated by an expert with knowledge of the latest breakthroughs and treatment standards. Even if you are not interested in medication, Dr. Rosen can make treatment recommendations about what therapeutic modality may best serve your child's needs.

HOW CAN I TELL IF YOUR PRACTICE WILL BE THE RIGHT FIT FOR ME?

Dr. Rosen is a warm and friendly psychiatrist.  She will work closely with you to find the right balance of medication and therapy. We encourage you to set up a free 10 minute consultation prior to scheduling your initial appointment.

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New York, NY 10128

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