Fadi Haddad, MD, was a Clinical Assistant Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychiatry at the NYU School of Medicine. There, he taught and supervised adult psychiatry residents as well as child psychiatry fellows. Additionally, he 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.
Dr. Haddad had a special interest in working with adoptive children and their parents. He assisted in the launch of the New York branch of the Center for Family Development where he is currently acting as Medical Director. The mission of the Center is to provide attachment-focused treatment for adopted children and their families.
Clinical Positions, Academic Appointments, and Affiliations
Haddad, F. Helping Kids in Crisis. (In press) APP: Arlington, VA
Simakhodskaya, Z., Haddad, F., Quintero, M., Ravindranath, D., & Glick, R. Chapter: “Discharge to outpatient treatment.” In Clinical Manual on Emergency Psychiatry. 2010: APP: Arlington, VA
Simakhodskaya, Z., Haddad, F., Quintero, M., & Malavade, K. (2009) "Innovative use of crisis intervention services with psychiatric emergency room patients."
Haddad, Fadi; Lewerenz, Heather. Letter to the editor.
Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention, Vol 27(3), 2006, 149.Primary Psychiatry: Vol 16:60-65. Tirosh, E., Haddad, F. (1994) "Relationship of sweat electrolytes to apparent life-threatening events (ALTE): A case control study." Acta Paediatrica Scandinavia 83: 1268-71.