Dr. Shetreat-Klein is an integrative pediatric neurologist who is board-certified in Adult and Pediatric Neurology as well as in Pediatrics. She teaches integrative neurology as faculty at New York Medical College and UMDNJ, and lectures nationally and internationally. She completed residency training for Pediatrics at Long Island Jewish Medical Center, and then her Adult and Child Neurology fellowship at Montefiore Medical Center. Prior to that, she received her medical degree from Albert Einstein College of Medicine, where she was awarded the Edward Padow Award for Excellence in Pediatrics and graduated with a Special Distinction in Research in Child Neurology for her work in Autism. Dr. Shetreat-Klein graduated with honors from Columbia College in New York City with a B.A. in English literature.

Dr. Shetreat-Klein sits on expert advisory boards for Autism Society of America’s Treatment Guided Research Initiative founded by Dr. Martha Herbert, for Healthy Child, and for Better School Foods. A “foodie” and lifelong environmental activist, Dr. Shetreat-Klein’s passion is to understand the connection between food, environmental exposures and health. In 2008, she started Mitzvah Meat and Mindful Meat, a co-op bringing local, grass-fed, humanely-raised and -slaughtered meat and chicken to both kosher and non-kosher communities in the tri-state area. She also collaborates on work with other practitioners towards mindful conception and birth because she believes strongly in the lifelong impact of the “primal period,” from conception to 1 year of age.