Christina M. Fiorvanti, PhD, is Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Adjunct Assistant Professor in the School Psychology Program at Teachers College, Columbia University. She works as a licensed supervising psychologist and HealthySteps specialist at Montefiore Medical Group in the South Bronx, NY. In this role, she works with families of children ages 0-5 in pediatric primary care, along with providing consultation, teaching, and supervision for pediatricians, psychiatry fellows, pediatric/psychiatry residents, medical students, and psychology externs. Dr. Fiorvanti also teaches a fieldwork practicum course at Teachers College, Columbia University, supervising school psychology graduate students in their school-based clinical work. She specializes in early childhood mental health, parent-child relationships, and dyadic interventions. Dr. Fiorvanti has published in peer-reviewed journals and presented on the topics of child protection, child rights, family-school communication, parental mental health, and best practice in early childhood intervention. She is a member of the American Psychological Association (APA) and Zero to Three (ZTT). Dr. Fiorvanti completed her doctoral work at Teachers College, Columbia University, and her undergraduate work at Georgetown University.