Child Development Clinic
We take a holistic approach to developmental and behavioral problems in toddlers, children, and adolescents. Our goal includes focusing on your children’s strengths to help them reach their highest potential.
Pediatric specialists for the Child Development Clinic provide diagnostic evaluations, second opinions, and ongoing services to help families support children that have known developmental issues for which they receive special services. In most cases, the initial consultation includes 3 visits during which both a developmental-behavioral pediatrician and a licensed clinical social worker will be involved, as well as trainees such as pediatric residents. Contact us at 212-241-6710 to learn more about the Child Development Clinic.
The EMPOWER (Enhancing, Managing, and PrOmoting WEll-being and Resiliency) Program
This program resides within the Jaffe Food Allergy Institute and focuses on the challenges of behavioral issues in children with food allergies. EMPOWER makes individual consultation, referrals and group treatment available to young patients and their families. The program is open to any patient / family who are regularly treated at the Jaffe Food Allergy Institute. For referrals and appointments, please call 212-241-3240 or via an e-mail: EMPOWER@mssm.edu. Learn more about EMPOWER
Developmental Screening Clinics
In these clinics, we conduct general developmental screenings on all patients in order to determine whether more extensive evaluation and follow up is needed, such as referral to an early intervention program. This involves a range of professionals including a developmental-behavioral pediatrician, psychologist, social worker, and occupational therapist. We offer specialized developmental screening and follow-up programs for at-risk patients, including those born prematurely, those with congenital heart conditions or craniofacial abnormalities. Contact us at 212-241-6710 to find out more about developmental screening.
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) Developmental Follow-Up Clinic
(Wednesday mornings, FPA)
The NICU Developmental Follow-Up Clinic is a multidisciplinary developmental screening service available to babies that were treated in Mount Sinai’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) for prematurity less than 33 weeks or significant medical complications as determined by the NICU. During NICU follow-up visits, Dr. Farrell works with a team including social work, occupational therapy, and neonatology to provide education, developmental screening, referral to early intervention or other subspecialties as needed, and family support.
Clinical Division and General Info
To schedule appointments for Dr. Farrell:
To scheduling appointments for all other doctors:
For billing questions, please call:
Division of Developmental and Behavioral Medicine
Department of Pediatrics
Mount Sinai Health System
One Gustave L. Levy Place, Box 1202B
New York, NY 10029-6574