Our Clinical Team2024-03-13T11:09:07+00:00

We believe psychiatric care should be affordable and accessible to all communities

The average psychiatric care provider in New York is over 40 and caucasian, and the average cost of an appointment is more than $400. Finding affordable, empathetic care is harder than it should be and we believe in a better way.

We offer virtual access to a diverse clinical team who specialize in culturally competent care and medication management across a range of issues including anxiety, depression, ADHD, bipolar, trauma, substance use and alcohol use disorders, mood disorders, and more.

Meet the Clinical Team

Our diverse team of ANCC board certified psychiatric nurse practitioners are carefully vetted to provide the best and most comprehensive care across a range of psychiatric conditions.

Evans Rochaste Profile

Evans Rochaste,
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Pronouns: he/him

Evans Rochaste is a psychiatric nurse practitioner and the founder of ReKlame Health. Having built his career helping young professionals and minority athletes deal with mental health and/or substance use issues, Evans is dedicated to removing the stigma commonly associated with seeking out mental health care while also improving people’s lives through a holistic approach to medical treatment.

A native New Yorker, Evans began his career working in many different mental healthcare settings, including inpatient and outpatient facilities. Now in private practice, Evans specializes in treating clients who have concerns with chemical addiction and mental health conditions through customized plans that integrate multiple modalities to treat the whole person.

Specializations Include:

  • Substance Use and Addiction
  • Medication Management
  • ADHD
  • Anxiety

Educational & Training:

B.A. Kinesiology, Minor Psychology – New England College

BSN – Penn State University

MSN Psychiatry – Stony Brook University

Community Outreach:

Evans is an active member of the New York City Medical Reserve Corps Program — a trained network of medical professionals who respond to medical emergencies. He also serves as a Mentor at his Alma mater Penn State University for undergraduate health science students who are in their senior year.

Gabrielle Hickey

Gabrielle Hickey, PMHNP-BC
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Pronouns: she/her

Gabrielle Hickey’s passion is working in the psychiatry field and believes that a client is the most important member of their care team. She wants her clients to know they are able to feel comfortable discussing their mental health with her, and through empathy and active listening, she will use that information to develop shared decisions about their care. After the first session, she expects for her members to feel heard, understood, and supported.

Specializations Include:

  • Anxiety
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Depression
  • Psychotic Disorders

Educational & Training:

BSN – Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
MSN – Adelphi University, Garden City, NY

Emani Cheng,
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Pronouns: she/her

Emani Cheng is culturally sensitive psychiatric nurse practitioner with a passion for providing quality mental health care to individuals from diverse backgrounds. With four years of experience in the psychiatric field, Emani has developed unique skills and expertise that allow her to offer comprehensive and compassionate care to her members.

After completing her undergraduate degree in nursing, Emani went on to obtain a Master’s and Doctorate of Science in Nursing degree, specializing in psychiatric mental health. She has since worked in a variety of settings, including hospitals, community health clinics, and private practices, where she has provided care to members with a wide range of mental health conditions.

Specializations Include:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Bipolar Disorders
  • Psychotic Disorders
  • Crisis Intervention

Educational & Training:

Bachelor of Science in Nursing- Florida Atlantic University, Master of Science in Nursing
– Florida Atlantic University, Doctor of Nursing Practice
– Florida Atlantic University.

Edena Walden, PMHNP-BC,
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Pronouns: she/her

Edena Walden has a variety of experiences working with members in community mental health, corrections, substance abuse and addiction facilities, as well as private practice. Edena believes everyone deserves high quality care no matter the person or setting. After the first visit, members should expect to feel their problems were heard and a plan of care is in place that will address their goals. Her styles of approach to treatment are participatory, solution-oriented and empowering.

Edena holds a BA in Biology from Hood College, an MPH from Temple University and an MSN Psychiatric Mental Health from Vanderbilt University.

Outside of work, Edena enjoys spending time with family, traveling, and watching her daughter’s sports.

Specializations Include:

  • ADHD
  • Anxiety
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Depression
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
  • PTSD

Educational & Training:

Bachelor of Arts in Biology – Hood College, Frederick, MD
Master of Public Health – Temple University, Philadelphia, OA
Master of Science in Nursing – Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you accept insurance?2023-08-24T23:36:28+00:00

Yes, we do. Our Care Team consists of Care Navigators and Medical Billing Specialists who will assist you with understanding your insurance and mental health coverage. We accept the following carriers:

  • Aetna
  • Cigna
  • Empire Bluecross Blueshield
  • Optum
  • Oscar
  • Oxford
  • UnitedHealthcare
  • UMR
  • Harvard Pilgrim
  • WellFleet plans (only certain plans) 

If your insurance isn’t on this list, there are options! 

  • We can provide a superbill for out-of-network claims. This could potentially reimburse you 50-80% post-deductible, typically within 4-6 weeks.
  • Utilize your Health Savings Account (HSA) or Flexible Spending Account (FSA) to manage treatment costs and medication expenses, including possible coverage of insurance premiums.
  • We offer competitive self-pay rates. For more details feel free to call or text us at (718) 790-4511, email hello@reklamehealth.com, or use our website chat to reach a representative!
Do you accept community, state, Medicare, or Medicaid plans?2023-10-18T21:19:39+00:00

Not just yet, but we’re working on it! We’re planning to accept these plans soon. If you’d like, we can add you to our waitlist. Just give us a call at (718) 790-4511 or send an email to hello@reklamehealth.com  with your name, phone number, email address, and insurance provider. In the meantime, we have affordable rates for self-pay visits and can guide you on using your HSA or FSA for mental health care.

How do I book an appointment?2023-08-24T20:34:16+00:00

Sure thing! Want to set up an appointment? It’s easy! Just drop us an email at hello@reklamehealth.com, give us a call or text at 718-790-4511. You can also pick a time slot directly on our website in our Book an Appointment page.

What is your cancellation or missed visit fee policy?2023-08-24T20:34:40+00:00

At ReKlame, we understand that schedules can change and appointments may need to be canceled. We kindly request that you inform us at least 24 hours in advance if you are unable to keep your appointment. You can reach us via email, call, or text using the usual contact details. Please note, if we do not receive a cancellation notice at least 24 hours prior to your appointment time, a late cancellation or missed visit fee of $150 will be applied to your payment method on file. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation in this matter.

What does “telehealth” mean?2023-08-24T20:34:52+00:00

Telehealth is like FaceTiming with your doctor; it’s an easy way to get healthcare online, right from the comfort of your home. We’re fully a telehealth clinic, meaning all our services are online through a secure, HIPAA-compliant platform.

What is a nurse practitioner in psychiatry?2023-08-24T20:35:17+00:00

A Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner manages psychiatric medication management. At ReKlame, your Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner can make clinical diagnoses and prescribe medication to safely and effectively provide treatment.

This is different from therapy, which is more about talking through your feelings with a therapist to learn better ways to cope. So, they both help your mental health, but in different ways: one with medicine, the other with conversation. We currently do not offer therapy at ReKlame.

What is Psychiatric Medication Management?2023-08-24T20:35:36+00:00

Psychiatric medication management is when a psychiatric nurse practitioner ensures your mental health medications are safe and effective. They assess your needs, prescribe medication, check how you’re doing, and adjust as needed.

How is it different from therapy?
Therapy is talking through thoughts and feelings with a mental health professional to learn coping skills.

What is a Care Team at ReKlame?2023-08-24T20:36:03+00:00

At ReKlame, your Care Team is made up of two key people: a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner and a Care Navigator.

Your Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner makes clinical diagnoses and prescribes medication to provide safe and effective treatment. 

Your Care Navigator is like your personal healthcare guide. They help you navigate through your journey, from scheduling appointments to connecting you with helpful resources. They’re there to make your healthcare experience as easy and stress-free as possible!

Your Care Team is here to support you every step of the way on your path to better mental health.

How long are appointments?2023-08-24T23:36:18+00:00

Your initial consultation will take about 45 to 60 minutes. After that, your follow-ups will be shorter, around 15 to 20 minutes each. How often you need to visit will depend on what you specifically need.

What can I expect during the initial appointment?2023-08-24T20:36:45+00:00

At your first appointment, your provider will get to know you and your mental health and medical history. It’s a safe space – you can ask or share anything! Your treatment will be unique to you. After the visit, you’ll get a clear plan and resources for your mental health journey. We’re here to support your healing journey.

How do I know which provider fits my needs?2023-08-24T23:36:10+00:00

At ReKlame, our team of psychiatric nurse practitioners has got you covered. Each of us is skilled in different areas. To find the perfect fit for you, just check out our ‘Meet the Team’ page and book an appointment with the clinician who feels right for you.

Do you offer treatment for addiction?2023-08-24T20:37:10+00:00

Yes we do! At ReKlame, we’re here to support you if you’re dealing with chemical addictions like opioids, alcohol, or methamphetamines. We use a harm reduction and integrative approach to help you take back control of your life through consistent, holistic care. You’re not alone; we’re with you every step of the way.

Can you assist with filling out disability, school/work accommodation, FMLA, or other types of forms?2023-08-24T20:37:37+00:00

After you’ve established care with us, the completion of forms such as disability, school/work accommodations, FMLA, or others may be possible. Please note, it’s up to your provider’s discretion and these forms are not completed during the first visit. We’re here to support you in every way we can!

Get the care you deserve.

Reklame control of your life. Connect with a licensed psychiatric provider to begin your journey to health. Virtual appointments available within 48 hours, and in-network with most insurances. 


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