Highest quality online therapy and psychiatry services in Manhattan as well as New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Florida, Maryland, and Texas

Rappore, headquartered in Manhattan, New York, provides thoughtful and expert psychiatry. We offer convenient telehealth appointments, cutting-edge technology, and empowering care that enables you to achieve your goals quickly to lead the most fulfilling life possible. We believe that developing rapport with you is the foundation for solving problems and reaching your full potential. We serve adults, eighteen or older, who reside in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Florida, Maryland, and Texas.

What is depression?

Depression is an emotional state of persistent sadness, hopelessness, or irritability. While feeling depressed occasionally for a few days is a normal part of everyday life, low mood or losing interest in things every day for at least a couple of weeks suggests clinical depression. Depressive disorders are common, affecting around 7% of adults in the US each year and is the leading cause of disability in adults younger than 45 years old.

What are some types of depressive disorders?

There are several different types of depressive disorders that differ based on how severe the symptoms are, how long they last, and whether the depression occurs in particular contexts:

  • Major Depression 
  • Dysthymia (Persistent Depressive Disorder) 
  • Seasonal Affective Disorder
  • Postpartum Depression

Major Depressive Disorder

Major depressive disorder is a depressive disorder that leads to intense feelings of sadness and hopelessness lasting for at least 2 weeks that interferes with one's ability to function in both personal and professional life. 



Dysthymia, also called persistent depressive disorder, is a milder form of depression that typically lasts for at least two years.  


Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal Affective Disorder is a depressive disorder that typically starts in late fall and early winter and tends to improve during spring and summer.


Postpartum Depression

Depression that develops within 6 weeks of giving birth.


What happens during an initial consultation for depression?

Rappore takes a patient-centered approach to care, building a treatment plan centered around you. You complete a personal assessment, the Rappore Mental Health Fingerprint®, which helps match you with a psychotherapist or psychiatrist that best meets your needs.  At your initial evaluation, your clinician uses the information from the questionnaire to help create your personalized treatment plan.  

What are the treatments for depression? 

There are many effective treatments for depressive disorders. The suffering and disability caused can be significant, and people deserve the latest scientific-based treatments. Correctly diagnosing a specific depressive disorder is key to long-term effective treatment. 

Treatment may include psychopharmacology (medication management), psychotherapy, or both. 



Psychopharmacology, also called medication management, refers to the practice of prescribing psychiatric medication.  Psychotropic medication is thought to improve the way your brain uses certain chemicals that control mood or stress. It is not uncommon to try several different medicines before finding the one that best improves your symptoms.



Psychotherapy, also known as talk therapy or counseling, includes various therapeutic modalities that help you develop better insight into your symptoms and develop strategies to improve how you think, feel, and behave.  Specific types of psychotherapies include a number of evidence-based approaches, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), interpersonal therapy (IPT), and problem-solving therapy.

Conditions We Treat
No case is too complicated. Our team of licensed therapists and psychiatrists are dedicated to helping you find solutions to life’s challenges.
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Trauma & Post Traumatic Stress (PTSD)
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Eating Disorders
Borderline Personality

Women's Mental Health
College & Graduate Student Mental Health
LGBTQ+ Mental Health
Health & Covid Concerns
Low Self Esteem 
Job Stress
Dating Challenges
Couples Issues
Parenting Issues