Dr. Marc Schlosser completed his medical training in OB/GYN at the University of Miami /Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, Florida. After a career in private practice, he was asked to help with the opioid crisis in South Florida. He founded a medication assisted treatment clinic with the Palm Beach County Healthcare District at Lantana FQHC; …read more
Stephanie Richers joined the Mid-Hudson residency faculty in May 2016 but has been with the Institute for Family Health for over five years. She started working for the Institute as a graduate level social work intern. Ms. Richers received her Master of Social Work degree from Fordham University. She has been involved in mental/behavioral health …read more
Dr. Krishna Patel was born in London, England and moved to the US when she was 5. She grew up in Lake Mary, FL and went to the University of Miami for her undergraduate studies where she received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. She attended American University of Antigua for medical school and rotated …read more
Sarah Wilkinson is a clinical social worker who has practiced psychotherapy in community and hospital based outpatient mental health clinics in Manhattan and the Bronx. Before joining the Institute for Family Health, Ms. Wilkinson worked for over ten years at the Mount Sinai Roosevelt Center for Intensive Treatment of Personality Disorders, where she provided supervision …read more
Dr. Bryant Williams is a psychologist and is a faculty member in the Mount Sinai Downtown Residency in Urban Family Medicine. Dr. Williams received his doctorate from Columbia University and completed his clinical training at Columbia University Medical Center. His research focused on factors that lead to clinical bias. Prior to moving to New York, …read more
Dr. Alfasi teaches psychosocial aspects of health and illness. She also has a private psychotherapy practice with children, adolescents, and adults. She has explored mother-infant interactions, feeding difficulties, and failure-to-thrive syndrome. Her current research is on breastfeeding in African-American mothers.