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Mental Health Program
for Young Adults

We’ll get through this, together

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

Young adulthood can be a complicated time of transitions.

Are you feeling….

  • Worried about your future?
  • Uncertain about your options?
  • Pressure to make major decisions?
  • Anxiety about social expectations?

If any of this sounds familiar to you, our team of behavioral health experts is here to help. We work with young adults to develop evidence-based, individualized treatment plans in a compassionate and convenient way, offering evening and weekend appointments both virtually and in-person (in select locations) with no waitlist.

Our program, led by a team of therapists, psychiatrists, and certified coaches, supports 17-26 year-olds experiencing:

  • anxiety, depression, or avoidance that interferes with daily life
  • difficulty making important life decisions
  • changes in behavior or mood that affect school, home, relationships, and/or self-care

Together, we will set achievable goals and work towards a brighter future.

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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!

Meet some of the Team

Janet Kahn-Scolaro, LCSWR, PhD Is the Vice President of Behavioral Health for PM Pediatric Care. She is responsible for implementing and managing all behavioral health services. Dr. Kahn-Scolaro has 30 years of experience working with families and children in crisis, as well as those managing ADHD, anxiety, and depression. She received her MSW from Hunter College School of Social Work and PhD from Adelphi University, where her research focused on engagement in child welfare. Previously, Dr. Kahn-Scolaro was the Senior Director of Behavioral Health at Mount Sinai Health System in New York.

Jessica is a Licensed Master Social Worker with experience supporting individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, ADHD, life-transitions, grief, and bereavement. She enjoys utilizing a variety of treatments including Cognitive-Behavioral skills, Dialectical Behavioral skills, mindfulness, grounding skills, and actively uses strengths-based work. Jessica believes that therapy is not a one size fits all endeavor and will meet each patient where they are to best support them. Before joining PM Pediatric Care, she worked with children, adolescents, and families in academic, mental health outpatient, and homeless shelter settings. Jessica received her undergraduate degree from Temple University and Master of Social Work at Fordham University.

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

We’re proudly in-network with several payors in NY, including Fidelis Care, Healthfirst, and Point Comfort, and participate with MultiPlan. Through our competitive self-pay option that is submittable to out-of-network plans, families report that on average they pay just $40 a visit.

Behavioral Health Care for Children and Young Adults

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.