Daniel Sebbag, LCSW is the project director for the Healthy Brain Network at the Child Mind Institute. Daniel has an extensive background in clinical social work as well as administrative operations in behavioral health and hospital environments. He brings these experiences and skills to his role in ensuring that projects are run efficiently and with operational excellence.
Daniel completed his master’s degree in social work at Yeshiva University and is currently in the dissertation phase of his doctorate degree there in social welfare. His doctoral research focuses on the intersection of physical and behavioral health, and improving individuals overall health through behavioral health interventions.
Daniel has practiced as an LCSW for over 10 years, and came to the Child Mind Institute from New York Presbyterian Hospital where he was the project lead in analytics for numerous operational improvement projects. Daniel has also worked on nationwide behavioral health and clinical operations improvement projects while working as a Strategist at Cerner, a Health Information Technology company with health-related software, solutions, services and healthcare consulting branches.
- PhD, Social Welfare, Yeshiva University, in progress
- MSW, Social Work, Yeshiva University
- BA, Urban Affairs and Planning, Hunter College, CUNY
- Project Lead, Analytics, NewYork Presbyterian Hospital
- Strategist, Behavioral Health, Cerner
- Director, Clinical Applications, The Jewish Board