Oak Wellness



By scheduling an appointment to speak to a specialist you have already made a huge step in the right direction.

Psychiatry Approach

The psychiatric approach is one method of dealing with anxiety. Typically, however, a short program of anti-anxiety medications or anxyolitics known as benzodiazepines  (Klonopin, Xanax, Valium, etc.) or SSRI medication (Lexapro, Wellbutrin, Celexa) are combined with a longer therapy based program such as CBT (cognitive-behavorial therapy).

Psychology Approach

The psychological approach to dealing with anxiety is by offering alternative treatments such as CBT therapy rather than depending solely on medication. At Broadway Medical Oak Wellness, we combine both methods and tailor them to every patient’s needs and requirements.

Our philosophy is that a life has enough problems for anxiety to get in the way.

We specialize in treating:

  • Generalized Anxiety Disorder or constant worry
  • Social Anxiety or agoraphobia
  • Phobias or irrational fears towards school, work, and any other activity or thing
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) or any compulsions
  • Avoidant personality disorder
  • Asociality
  • Panic disorder
  • Selective mutism
  • Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Talk with a licensed psychiatrist online. From home.

We provide a full-range of chat, video, and phone therapy that is 100% confidential, HIPAA-compliant, and makes getting care wherever you are that much easier. Our doctors speak with you on a schedule that works for you and you get all of the benefits of seeing a psychiatrist – without the need to be physically present.

Ketamine for resistant Depression or Anxiety?

Over the past 15 years and in many studies, ketamine has been shown to drastically alleviate depression, anxiety and other illnesses that have otherwise been “treatment-resistant”.  It has become a life-changing treatment for many suffering from refractory depression, MDD, PTSD and anxiety.

Support Group

We are proud to offer every patient a group (around 4-6 people) that meets on the weekends and discuss what has been helping them and what has not been very effective. We find that joining a support group gives patients a feeling that no matter what they are going through – they are not alone. And this reflects positively in each patient’s improvement and treatment compliance.

Get in Touch

Thank you!

If you have any other questions or Concerns, Please call us at 212-500-1007.

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