Easy access to pediatric behavioral health
What We Do
MindNest Health is a digital parent training system that enables parents to use the same clinically validated behavior interventions with their kids that are used by experts at academic centers. Our platform was designed by doctors at the Yale School of Medicine to help parents while they wait for care.
Our ADHD program enables parents to try behavior therapy first, before medication–or, at the same time.
Our tantrum tool trains caregivers in behavioral parenting approaches that are AAP first line treatment for young children.
Our Autism Spectrum Disorder program trains parents to implement clinically validated behavioral interventions
How It Works
Become an expert
Our programs are based on clinically validated approaches that work.
Apply the Lesson to Life
Practice your new skills first and then, use them all day long.
Get Real Coaching
More than moral support, coaches help you identify and attain specific goals.
Why we’re unique
Family Support + Training
We take evidence-based parent training from academic centers and make it scalable to help every child reach their potential.
Wellness + clinical
We change the approach to pediatric behavioral health with parent-centered training programs. We can get you more help if you need it.
Removing barriers / stigmas / fears
We extend the reach of an overloaded child mental health system and make training and support accessible to everyone.
Who is MindNest Health for?
Parents + Caregivers
We empower families with easy access to tools and training anywhere, anytime.
We help improve outcomes and patient satisfaction by breaking down the walls between the clinical world and wellness.
We partner with employers and their health plans to lower costs and enhance employee health and well-being.
David Grodberg, MD, MS
The founder of MindNest Health, David serves as the medical director of the Yale Child Study Center outpatient service.
Salimah Velji, MPH, MBA
Salimah is our Director of clinical operations and currently serves as director of clinical operations at Massachusetts General Hospital department of psychiatry.
Sri Muthu, MBA
Sri is our Chief Technology Officer and the former head of the Wells Fargo innovation lab.
News and Events
Awarded Connecticut Innovations Biopipeline Pilot Grant
Clinical trial of autism program now enrolling at Yale; funding provided by Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics Network.
Abstract presentation at International Society for Autism Research (INSAR) meeting in Rotterdam, Netherlands.
Winner of Yale New Haven Health System SPARQ innovation award. QI project launch in Yale Pediatrics.
Clinical trial of Tantrum Program at Yale; funding provided by American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
Blue Sky Autism Project Launch in UK.
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