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Todd Levine, MD, is a psychiatrist who specializes in caring for children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) and behavioral difficulties. These difficulties include attention problems, anxiety, depression, aggression and irritability, which often stem from the social and language challenges that people with ASDs face.Dr. Levine helps families navigate the turbulent times that can come with ASDs or other developmental disabilities. He provides a comprehensive approach to care, including family and individual therapy, medication management and school consultation.Dr. Levine enjoys helping families and acknowledges his father as a career role model. "He was a dedicated internist who found great joy and fulfillment in caring for others," he says. Dr. Levine developed his love of caring for people with developmental disabilities during his residency training. "I learned from gifted doctors from all disciplines while training at Brown University," he says. When he's not seeing patients, Dr. Levine enjoys spending time with his family. As a native Northeasterner, he also appreciates that the Arizona weather gives him more time outside to fish and hike.