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1 Hunter Avenue, Suite A, Armonk, NY 10504

(914) 730-6377

Welcome to Armonk Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

Welcome to Armonk Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

Welcome to Armonk Child & Adolescent PsychiatryWelcome to Armonk Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

John Samanich, M.s., m.D.

Dr. Samanich can help

At Armonk  Child & Adolescent Psychiatry in Armonk, NY, Dr. John Samanich is  proud to bring children and their parents specialized expertise in  treating a wide range of issues.  Armonk Child & Adolescent  Psychiatry treats children through young adults struggling with  emotional difficulties, including Attention Deficit Hyperactivity  Disorder (ADHD), autism spectrum disorders, school and family-related  concerns, substance abuse, eating disorders, self-esteem issues,  anxiety, depression and more. He is dedicated to meeting the unique  needs of each patient, and delivers supportive, compassionate care to  children and their parents.

Dr. Samanich has expertise

Dr. Samanich  is highly experienced in behavioral, play and "talk" therapy as well as  psychopharmacology. He is an expert in medication management for ADD and  ADHD. He works with many area schools on medication management, and  provides his extensive expertise on the latest proven advances in this  area.

Dr. Samanich is an award winning psychiatrist

Westchester Magazine Top Doctors - 2016-2019

Castle Connolly Top Doctors - 2014-2019

About dr. Samanich

Education and Training

Board Certified: American Board of Psychiatry; American Board of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry


Diplomate: General Psychiatry; Child and Adolescent Psychiatry


Fellowship: Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Saint Vincent Catholic Medical Center, New York, NY


Psychiatry Residency: 
Beth Israel Medical Center, New York, NY


MD: University of Buffalo School of Medicine


MS: Physiology and Biophysics, Georgetown University


BA: Psychology, Emory University


Previous Employment: Greenwich Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 2006-2015


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