Dr. Michelle Kornbleuth earned her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the Institute of Psychology at Illinois Institute of Technology. She completed her postdoctoral fellowship training in Neuropsychology at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in NYC. From 2000-2015, she was on the faculty at Lenox Hill Hospital where she developed and implemented programming for expecting and new parents, as well as directed the outpatient neuropsychology service and training.
Since 2000 Dr. Kornbleuth has been in private practice and is co-owner of Neuropsychological Assessment & Consultation Services. Dr. Kornbleuth's areas of expertise include child and adolescent development, neuropsychological assessment, educational planning, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and executive skills training. She has received certification and training in treating perinatal mood disorders.
Dr. Kornbleuth lives in NYC with her husband and daughter.
Dr. Melissa Goldstein received her B.S. in Economics from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, in May, 1994. She then went on to obtain her M.D. from Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, New York, in May 1999.
After completing her pediatric residency at The New York Presbyterian -Weill Cornell Medical Center in June 2002, Dr. Goldstein moved to Russia to work as a general pediatrician to the local Muscovite, expatriate and diplomatic community in Moscow. In this position, Dr. Goldstein spent a great deal of time performing pre-adoption evaluations for international couples adopting Russian orphans.
Dr. Goldstein then went on to work at International Pediatric Health Services in New York City with Dr. Jane Aronson. In this office, Dr. Goldstein provided general pediatric care for children adopted from foreign countries.
Dr. Goldstein is now with Carnegie Hill Pediatrics where she has been for over 8 years. In this practice, Dr. Goldstein works as a general pediatrician with a specialty in adopted children. She helps families through all of the steps of the exciting, but challenging, endeavor of adopting a child or infant.
In addition, Dr. Goldstein is a certified American Red Cross First Aid and CPR instructor. She performs classes for families requesting this very important training course.
Dr. Goldstein lives in New York City with her son.
Dr. Caitlin Fiss earned her medical degree from Brown University School of Medicine. She completed her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York City. After graduation, she joined the faculty of the Weill Cornell School of Medicine and began her private practice. She returned to Mount Sinai in 2006 and has been in private practice since that time.
Dr. Fiss is board certified by the American Board of Ob/Gyn. She is a Diplomate of the American College of OB/Gyn.
Dr. Fiss's areas of clinical expertise include adolescent and young adult medicine, family planning, cervical dysplasia, and the management of pregnancy.
In November 2013, Dr. Fiss travelled to Northern Ghana with The Virtue Foundation. She provided gynecological care to hundreds of women, lectured to health care providers there, and performed Gynecological surgery.
Dr. Fiss lives in NYC with her husband and two daughters. Dr. Fiss believes she has the best two jobs in the world: being an obstetrician and a mom.