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Mental Health and Chronic Illness

Empowering you and your family to seek the individualized care you deserve.

Living with a chronic or ongoing medical condition can have a significant impact on your mental health. Getting the support you need doesn’t have to be hard.

Children with chronic or ongoing medical conditions such as diabetes, asthma, or autoimmune diseases are 10-20% more likely to have trouble managing their condition due to a co-occurring behavioral health condition like anxiety or depression. 

Our pediatric behavioral health specialists understand the connection between mental and physical health, and provide the support and evidence-based treatment that affected children and families may need. The goal is to regain a sense of mastery, cope with the changes that chronic conditions can bring, and learn new ways to stay healthy and happy.  

Available virtually and in select in-person locations in the following States:

Schedule an Appointment

Interested in learning more but not sure where to begin? Schedule a 10-minute complimentary info session to talk through your concerns and learn how we can best support you and your family. Appointments available now! 

Don’t see an appointment that works for your family? Call 516-738-5600 to speak with a team member. 

We’re committed to providing quality, affordable care to all families.

Click below for more information regarding fees & insurance.

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

Call us at 888-764-4161 and select *9* or email us. We are available Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm ET to answer your questions. 

Looking for treatment​ for ADHD or other behavioral and mental health concerns?

Our team of therapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, pediatricians, and certified coaches are trained to address a wide range of behavioral health concerns for children, teens, and young adults including, but not limited to: school and social anxiety, depression, ADHD and other behavioral disorders, family stress, grief, and PTSD.