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Being Health

start up
United States - New York, NY
  • 26/01/2024
  • Unknown
  • $5,400,000

At Being Health, improving your being is our top priority. Our expert clinicians can help manage a wide range of mental health conditions including anxiety, depression, stress and trauma. We are committed to providing high-quality mental healthcare grounded in the latest evidence, guided by caring clinicians and personalized to your needs.

Our psychiatrist-founded practice is designed to help people feel better by tending to both their minds and bodies through a uniquely integrated care model. By uniting the best in psychiatry, novel treatments, psychotherapy, functional medicine and wellness integrations, we’re setting a new standard for mental healthcare, one that is personalized, cutting-edge and delivered by an integrated team of empathic clinicians, all under one roof.

Discover what better feels like with Being Health.

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Dr. Allie SharmaCo Founder

Dr. Allie Sharma United States - New York, New York

Dr. Allie Sharma is a Cornell-trained board-certified Adult Psychiatrist and has had a private practice in New York City for fifteen years, is Co-Founder and Chief Medical Officer of Being Health, is currently a Program Advisor for Kenneth Cole's Mental Health Coalition and a Women's Health Advisor for Evernow. She was most recently co-host of the Model Mentality podcast.

Dr. Sharma’s approach is broad, open-minded, and is drawn from her professional experiences working in various settings and across cultures throughout New York City, and around the globe. Her goal is to ensure that her patients’ experience is valuable, therapeutic and grounded in best practice standards and clinical excellence.

Dr. Sharma has held various clinical positions, including Emergency Psychiatry at Columbia University, Student Mental Health at Columbia University’s health science campus, and supporting mental health of the homeless population across shelters in New York City.

In addition to providing direct clinical care, Dr. Sharma has had significant experience in Global Mental Health and in leadership positions within Public Psychiatry including at an NGO in Europe advising at the country level for two post-conflict countries on how to integrate mental health into primary care, as a World Health Organization (WHO) consultant on projects in Libya, Ethiopia, for WHO’s mhGAP Intervention Guide version 2.0 and various other WHO projects, in a Bronx primary care system starting a collaborative (integrated care) care program, and as a Director of a Thrive NYC initiative designed to expand the mental health workforce in NYC’s highest need communities.

Her interests include Clinical Psychiatry, Global Mental Health and Public Psychiatry and is committed to Mental Health Advocacy and Decreasing Stigma.

Dr. Sharma completed her Psychiatry Residency at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center at Payne Whitney Clinic and her Internship in Psychiatry at University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). She holds a Medical Degree from Weill Medical College of Cornell University and a Master’s Degree in Social Policy and Planning from the London School of Economics.