The Child Study Center has partnered with world-class institutions to establish a multidisciplinary model for advancing the prevention, identification, and treatment of child psychiatric disorders.

These organizations collaborate with CSC to facilitate an integrated set of institutions marked by the highest level of clinical care and ground-breaking research while training the next generation of leaders in child and adolescent mental health. The diverse locations of affiliates make treatment available to families in Westchester, Rockland, Orange, and Putnam Counties; as well at our locations in New York City, New Jersey, and Long Island.

Bellevue Hospital Center

The site of the first child psychiatry inpatient unit in the United States, Bellevue has a long and storied history in child psychiatry research. With vigorous leadership directing child and adolescent psychiatry at Bellevue, a research agenda led by senior research faculty are focusing on testing interventions to reduce trauma and posttraumatic stress disorder.  

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McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research

The McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research at New York University Silver School of Social Work is committed to creating new knowledge about the root causes of poverty, developing evidence-based interventions to address its consequences, and rapidly translating research findings into action.

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Nathan S. Kline Institute (NKI) for Psychiatric Research

An arm of the New York State Office of Mental Health, researchers at NKI provide expertise in data management systems and services research and NKI also houses an extensive state-of-the art animal laboratory.  Drs. Sullivan’s and Wilson’s research in the Emotional Brain Institute (EBI) is a primary focus of collaboration with NKI, including research on sensitive periods for neurobehavioral development, functional connectivity in brain circuits, neurobiology of infant attachment and its relationship to trauma, the ontogeny of fear and attachment in infants, and the neurobiology of memory and perception.  Additional areas of NKI collaboration include aging/neurodegeneration, neurodevelopmental research and biostatistics.

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New York State Office of Mental Health

New York State has a large, multi-faceted mental health system that serves more than 700,000 individuals each year. The Office of Mental Health (OMH) operates psychiatric centers across the State, and also regulates, certifies and oversees more than 4,500 programs, which are operated by local governments and nonprofit agencies. These programs include various inpatient and outpatient programs, emergency, community support, residential and family care programs.

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