What We Know Won’t Hurt Us: Understanding The Complexity of Adolescence
Adolescence in some sense can be seen as a right of passage. This very confusing time for young people has many complexities surrounding their development. While navigating global events and personal issues that hit close to home, adolescents still need adults in their lives to help them find their way. Please join us for our next Coffee Hour, Tuesday, October 24th at 8 am, to explore what we know about the complexity of adolescence with Dr. Fadi Haddad, MD, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist.
Dr. Fadi Haddad, MD, is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychiatry at the NYU School of Medicine. There, he has taught and supervised adult psychiatry residents as well as child psychiatry fellows. Additionally, he has provided clinical care in multiple emergency settings. Dr. Haddad is also one of the founders and the first director of the only Children Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program in NY state.
Medical Director, The Center for Family Development, NYC Division.
Director of Child Psychiatric Emergency Services, Bellevue Hospital Center.
Private Practice, Child and Adult Psychiatry
Director of Mobile Crisis Unit, Bellevue Hospital Center.
Medical Director of Crisis Clinic, Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program, Bellvue Hospital, NY
Attending Psychiatrist, CPEP, Bellevue Hospital.
Child psychiatrist (part-time), Child Guidance Clinic, Stamford, Conn.
Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, NYU School of Medicine
Clinical Assistant Professor of Child Psychiatry, Child Study Center, NYU School of Medicine
Member, American Psychiatric Association
Member, American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry