Christina Di Bartolo, LMSW

  • Specialty: Social Work
  • Language: English

About Me

Conditions and Treatments

attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), organizational skills, oppositional defiant disorder, parent training, behavior therapy, cognitive and behavioral therapy, anxiety disorder, depressive disorder, problematic behavior in children, disruptive behavior disorder


  • Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Education and Training
  • LMSW from New York University, 2012

Locations and Appointments

2 Insurance Plans Accepted
  • United Health Care Options PPO (NYULMC Employees)
  • United Healthcare Choice (NYULMC Employees)
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Research My Research

Ms. Di Bartolo is a research project coordinator for the Institute for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity and Behavior Disorders and the Institute for Pediatric Neuroscience. She also coordinates research studies for the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Studies (CAMS) Undergraduate minor at NYU. Her responsibilities include maintaining adherence to regulatory criteria, developing protocols, managing recruitment, evaluating potential participants, collecting data, executing study logistics, supervising research assistants, conducting preliminary data analyses, and preparing or drafting manuscripts with study investigators.

Among clinical populations, Ms. Di Bartolo studies the implementation of the Organizational Skills Training intervention in use with children of differing diagnostic statuses and in various settings. Her work in general populations pertains to the health and wellbeing of young adults, particularly in the area of sleep among college students.

In her clinical practice, Ms. Di Bartolo places an emphasis on providing evidence-based treatments. She promotes research literacy skills among parents, teachers, and other adults interested in promoting child mental health through the use of empirically tested interventions.


  • Fitbit Flex: an unreliable device for longitudinal sleep measures in a non-clinical population

    Baroni, Argelinda; Bruzzese, Jean-Marie; Di Bartolo, Christina A; Shatkin, Jess P Baroni, Argelinda; Bruzzese, Jean-Marie; Di Bartolo, Christina A; Shatkin, Jess P
    Sleep & breathing = Schlaf & Atmung. 2016 May. 20 (2): 853-854