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Dr. Christina Fiorvanti currently works as a supervising psychologist and HealthySteps specialist at Montefiore Medical Group. In this role, she provides assessment, short-term intervention, and consultation to families of children ages 0-5 in pediatric primary care. Dr. Fiorvanti also provides consultation, teaching, and supervision for pediatricians, psychiatry fellows, pediatric/psychiatry residents, medical students, and psychology externs.
Dr. Fiorvanti obtained her undergraduate degree in psychology from Georgetown University and her PhD in school psychology from Teachers College, Columbia University. She completed a pre-doctoral internship at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine with a specialty in early childhood community psychology. Dr. Fiorvanti completed a post-doctoral fellowship at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s Parent-Infant Center working with families of children ages 0-3. In addition, she received training at the Early Childhood Center at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and the Seaver Autism Center at Mount Sinai Icahn School of Medicine.
Dr. Fiorvanti specializes in early childhood mental health and parent-child relationships. She has experience diagnosing autism with gold-standard measures, providing child-parent psychotherapy for young children who have experienced trauma, consulting in NICU and pediatric care settings, providing early childhood mental health consultation in preschools and childcare centers, and treating perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. Dr. Fiorvanti has presented and published in peer-reviewed journals on the topics of child protection, child rights, family-school communication, parental mental health, and best practice in early childhood intervention.