Meg Glick, LMSW, MSEd, is a clinical social worker in the ADHD and Behavior Disorders Center as well as the Selective Mutism Program at the Child Mind Institute. Ms. Glick specializes in the evaluation and treatment of ADHD, disruptive behavior disorders, selective mutism and other anxiety disorders in young children.
Ms. Glick has expertise in a range of behavioral therapies for children, including parent-child interaction therapy (PCIT), parent management training (PMT), and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). She has extensive experience providing school-based consultation and training to teachers, particularly in early childhood and preschool settings. She also has experience working with parents of infants in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).
Prior to joining the Child Mind Institute clinical team, Ms. Glick held roles as a ParentCorps Educator in the Center for Early Childhood Health and Development at NYU Langone School of Medicine and as a Social Worker in the NYU Child Study Center. Ms. Glick earned her BA from the University of Pennsylvania and her Master’s degrees in Social Work and Education at Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College and Bank Street College of Education, respectively. Ms. Glick received intensive training in PCIT and the treatment of selective mutism from Dr. Steven Kurtz as an extern at Kurtz Psychology Consulting PC.
Ms. Glick is passionate about working alongside the adults in children’s lives to identify the evidence-based interventions best matched to the child and family’s needs. She is committed to a collaborative, strengths-based approach with caregivers and teachers that helps achieve the best possible outcomes for each individual child.
Meg Glick, LMSW, MSEd
Licensed Social Worker
ADHD and Behavior Disorders Center
Selective Mutism Program
Child Mind Institute
101 East 56th Street
New York, NY 10022