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Our Philosophy

Angela Lewin

Founder & President

The Power
to Heal

Albany Behavioral Health is a multi-disciplinary practice serving individuals, families and human services professionals throughout New York’s Capital Region.

About Albany Behavioral Health
What Sets Us Apart

We Are Albany Behavioral Health,
and Your Health Is
Our Mission

In keeping with our commitment to promoting physical and emotional wellness, as well as continuous growth of the human spirit throughout the community, we provide services for the community and HR professionals, flexible appointments, and accept a number of major insurances.

For the Community

For the Community

Professional, confidential and reliable care to anyone struggling with mental health and/or gender-related issues, physical or emotional abuse, grief, loss, alcohol and drug dependence and other addictions.

For the Human Services Professional

For HR Professionals

We provide trainings and workshops that are designed to support professional development, continuing education and corporate compliance in the human services profession.


Flexible Appointment Scheduling

Our normal hours of operation are Monday through Thursday from 9:00 am-5:00 pm, and Friday from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm. Evening and weekend appointments can be arranged to accommodate clients unavailable during regular business hours.


Major Insurances Accepted

We participate in a number of major health insurance plans including CDPHP, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Northeastern New York, the Empire Plan, and various HMOs. We also offer a sliding fee scale to meet the needs of uninsured or underinsured members of the community.

Early Warning Signs

If you’re uncertain whether you or someone you know may be grappling with mental health issues, there are certain emotions and actions that could serve as an initial indicator of a problem. These warning signs may include experiencing one or more of the following feelings or behaviors:

  • Persistent sadness or irritability

  • Lack of energy or motivation

  • Difficulty sleeping or oversleeping

  • Loss of interest in activities that were once enjoyable

  • Withdrawal from social activities and relationships

  • Increased use of drugs or alcohol

  • Changes in appetite or weight

  • Difficulty concentrating or making decisions

  • Unexplained physical symptoms like headaches or stomach aches

  • Thoughts of self-harm or suicide

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:
Call: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
Text: 741-741

Contact Us


721 Madison Avenue
Albany, NY 12208


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