Kari Groff, MD & Park Slope Psychiatry

Other recommendations for when Dr. Groff's practice is full.  When Dr. Groff has a full practice, she will frequently refer to her MD and NP colleagues.  Meet some of the clinicians that she enjoys working with who run their own practices in New York City.

Meet Andrea Vogel,PMHNP-BC

Andrea is a valued NYC psychiatric provider for both children and adults.  She maintains her own private practice in NYC.


Andrea Vogel graduated with high honors from New York University with a Bachelors of Science in Nursing as well as a Master of Science in Advance Practice Nursing. She has worked with adults, adolescents and children in various mental health settings over the past 16 year with a focus on anxiety, depression, and ADHD. Most recently, she worked in the department of psychiatry at the Weill Cornell Psychiatry Collaborative Care Center.

Prior to becoming an NP, she has extensive nursing experience on inpatient adult and inpatient child/adolescent psychiatric units and has also guided clients on wilderness therapy experiences.  

Andrea works with clients to help them develop the tools needed to lead meaningful and productive lives. She uses her knowledge of medication management, empathy, and mindfulness to guide her client-centered approach to wellness.   She is committed and passionate about patient care.

Meet Nancy Farber, NP

Nancy Farber, MS, NPP, PMHNP-BC, WHNP-BC, is an experienced nurse practitioner with dual Board Certifications in Psychiatry and Women’s Health, and is the Founder/President of COACH2CALM, Inc, a private practice specializing in Stress Reduction and Mindfulness.  She also provides medication management within her own practice.

Nancy treats children and adults of all ages. She provides therapy and medication to her patients and frequently collaborates with local therapists.  Particular areas of interest include: 

Stress Management/Mindfulness for all ages
Teen Mood and Anxiety Disorders
Eating Disorders (limited availability)
Perinatal Psychiatry
Parenting issues

Nancy thoroughly understands the importance of integrating coping mechanisms through the emotional journeys of childhood; motherhood and parenting.

She received her baccalaureate from University of Pennsylvania and earned both her Masters in Nursing and Post-Masters Nurse Practitioner Certificate in Mental Health/Psychiatry from New York University.  She also completed a Nurse Fellowship at NYU/Langone Medical Center in Integrative Health, where she taught Stress Management techniques to patients; families; new parents and staff.  She further received Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) training at the University of Massachusetts School of Medicine.  She integrates  mindfulness into her clinical work  with children; teens and adults.

As a healthcare educator, Nancy has held adjunct faculty positions at Hofstra University School of Education in Medical Ethics; Hofstra/Northwell School of Medicine in Medical Humanities; at the NYU Rory Meyers Graduate School of Nursing.  

Additionally, Nancy has held various research study positions in Psychiatry and Women’s Health and has acted as team leader for the Institute of Healthcare Improvement (IHI), National Initiative for Depression Care.  Nancy has published research and parenting articles, participated in over 100 outreach education venues in the tristate area and been featured on radio and television discussing women’s health and parenting issues.