Conditions we evaluate and treat include:
- Autism spectrum disorder
- Anxiety, including selective mutism, separation anxiety and social anxiety
- Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
- Behavior problems
- Bipolar disorder
- Developmental disorders
- Learning disorders, including dyslexia, dysgraphia and non-verbal learning disorder (NVLD)
- Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
- Phobias and fears
- Sleep difficulties
- Speech and language disorders
- Suicidality and self-harm
- Trauma and stress
We’re the experts in children, teens and young adults. Our board-certified clinicians know what works. Schedule a telehealth or in-office appointment today.
Fill out our form to talk to an expert. It’s secure, HIPAA-compliant and takes less than two minutes. You can also call our intake team at 877.203.3452
In compliance with New York and California regulations, we are welcoming families back into our offices. We have implemented new safety measures to keep our team and your families safe, and are providing tailored telehealth services for families coping with the COVID-19 crisis.
- We are an out-of-network provider for insurance. We provide all the information a family needs to submit claims to an insurance company for reimbursement. We also partner with two organizations to provide assistance in filing and managing insurance claims. They will also verify your benefits and manage pre-authorizations. Learn more about the Child Mind Institute’s Insurance Reimbursement Partners.
- Our fees range from $150 to $375 for a 45-minute session with one of our psychologists or social workers. Remote neuropsychological evaluations cost $5,500.
The Child Mind Institute has financial aid available for families who qualify. If you have financial need, our intake coordinators will send you a financial aid application prior to scheduling.
- The Child Mind Institute has physical locations in New York City and the San Mateo, California. We also offer telehealth appointments across the United States and internationally.
New York City
101 East 56th Street
New York, NY 10022
San Francisco Bay Area
2000 Alameda de las Pulgas, Suite 242
San Mateo, California 94403
- Yes. We will review the evaluation that your child has already received as part of our diagnostic evaluation but cannot rely on that report to determine treatment recommendations. Our clinicians need to meet with you and your child directly and make their own assessment. An accurate and thorough diagnostic evaluation is the key to recommending the most effective treatment.
- Our clinicians are trained in evidence-based treatments, which are specialized forms of therapy that have been proven effective for children, usually over 12-16 sessions. We monitor symptoms to ensure treatment is working. Our goal is to get kids out of treatment and back to their lives.
- Telehealth is essentially a session with a health provider that happens via technology instead of in person. In mental health treatment, that could include a diagnostic evaluation or a treatment session. Video calls are the most common medium, but telehealth sessions can also happen over the phone or via text chat. Just like in-person mental health treatment, telehealth can provide sessions for individuals, families or groups. Though the details of treatment may vary, telehealth sessions are generally available for most mental health conditions. Learn more about what telehealth looks like for kids.