Your child’s mental health is our top priority. Get comprehensive, high-quality teletherapy, from diagnosis to treatment with our team of pediatric experts.

    Available in the following States:

    • Connecticut
    • Florida
    • New Jersey
    • New York
    • North Carolina
    • Pennsylvania


    PM Behavioral Health, a robust teletherapy program for the assessment and treatment of mental health issues.

    At PM Pediatric Care, we believe in the health of the whole child or young adult—from physical to emotional to behavioral, and every space in between. We recognize that there is an increase in mental health needs for children and young adults ages 5 and up, and we are here to support patients and families.

    PM Behavioral Health offers a wide range of services including teletherapy for issues such as anxiety, depression, grief and trauma, medication management when indicated, nutrition, parent coaching, and sleep consulting. Our focus goes beyond mental health needs and emphasizes the overall wellness of the patient and family.

    We are committed to providing the same high level of evidence-based treatment found in our urgent cares, to children’s and young adults’ mental health needs. Together, we can keep your children healthy, happy, and thriving.

    Our approach to behavioral health.

    When it comes to your child’s care, we know the best outcomes are a result of open communication, partnership, and personalization.

    PM Behavioral Health is individually designed to fit your family’s unique needs and schedule, providing you with best-in-class, comprehensive care that includes close collaboration with your child’s family, pediatrician, and school, if needed.

    Our top-quality care is carried out by expert pediatric providers who will seamlessly exchange information with your primary pediatrician.

    Our program is available to children and young adults ages 5-26 years old for non-emergency mental health conditions including:

    Any child or young adult at risk of harming themselves or others should immediately go to an emergency department.

    Request an Appointment

    Are you a pediatrician or primary care office with a patient referral?

    If you would like to refer a patient, please call us at 516-738-5600 or contact us.

    If you are looking to join our Behavioral Health team, please visit our Careers page.