Dr. Adam S. Weissman is the Founder & Executive Director of The Child & Family Institute (CFI) in Scarsdale, NY midtown Manhattan, & Brooklyn Heights. Dr. Weissman received his B.A. in Psychology and French from the University of Pennsylvania, and his M.S. and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Rutgers University. He completed his pre-doctoral internship at the NYU Child Study Center/Bellevue Hospital Center and a 2-year post-doctoral clinical research fellowship in child/adolescent psychology under the mentorship of John R. Weisz, Ph.D., ABPP at Harvard University & Judge Baker Children’s Center, Harvard Medical School. Dr. Weissman is a CBT therapist, trainer, supervisor, and consultant, and an expert in the treatment of a wide range of anxiety problems, OCD, depression, ADHD, high functioning ASD, tic/habit disorders, and disruptive behavior problems. He has extensive experience treating children and adults, and training professionals in the community, using the latest advances in cognitive and behavioral therapies. Dr. Weissman is a nationally recognized expert in a new modular CBT approach designed to address symptoms of anxiety, depression, and/or conduct problems as they co-occur in youth (MATCH-ADTC; Chorpita & Weisz, 2009), and has been certified by the treatment developers as a MATCH-ADTC Trainer and Senior Consultant. Formerly an Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor at the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology at Yeshiva University and a Senior Clinical Consultant at Judge Baker Children's Center, Harvard Medical School, Dr. Weissman is currently on the Adjunct Clinical Faculty at Columbia University, where he trains/supervises advanced doctoral students in CBT with children and adolescents. Dr. Weissman is also an active clinical researcher with nearly 20 peer-reviewed publications, 3 edited books, and over 50 professional presentations, the majority focusing on cognitive-behavioral therapy and neuropsychological assessment for children and adolescents.