The Karen Horney Clinic
The Karen Horney Clinic was founded in 1955 in honor of Karen Horney, a pioneer in the field of psychoanalysis. The Clinic's current missions are the same as those when it was founded: to offer low-cost psychoanalytic and psychotherapeutic services and to provide training and opportunities for advanced mental health professionals.
Since its formation, the Clinic has expanded its services to meet the diverse needs of an increasingly complex community. It has evolved into a vital center for treatment, research, as well as for training of a wide variety of mental health professionals. The Clinic continues to provide New Yorkers, from all socioeconomic backgrounds, the most professional and compassionate mental health care at an affordable cost.
Licensed by the New York State Office of Mental Health, The Karen Horney Clinic, a not-for-profit organization, is funded through a combination of private contributions, foundation and government grants, and sliding scale fees based on an individual's ability to pay. Medicare, Medicaid and numerous other insurance coverages are accepted.