Developmental-Behavioral Specialist, MD
Accepting new clients
Teenagers (13 - 18)
Young adults / college students (18 - 24)
Specialties & expertise
- Clinical diagnosis and treatment of ADHD (Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder)
Daniel Marwil, MD is a developmental behavioral specialist in private practice in Providence, RI. Trained as a developmental behavioral pediatrician, Dr. Marwil has seen patients with ADHD for over 20 years, including children, young adults, and adults. He sees children across the autistic spectrum, and sees adults for ADHD.
Dr. Marwil received his MD at Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, and completed his residency at Rhode Island Hospital. He is a Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics at Brown University, and is affiliated with Rhode Island Hospital.
Clinical diagnosis and treatment of ADHD (Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder) – Diagnosis consists of a straightforward one hour interview for adults, in which Dr. Marwil will review symptoms with the patient to reach a clinical diagnosis. For children and adolescents, ADHD evaluations consist of 2 one hour sessions, which include a developmental screening evaluation. Medical intervention and monitoring are provided if the patient is interested in medication, and referrals are made to therapists for talk therapy if preferred.
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Brown University Student Insurance (First Health / Cigna)
- First Health
- Harvard Pilgrim Health Care
- Johnson & Wales University (United Health)
- Providence College (United Health)
- United Health
- RISD Student Insurance (United Health)
- URI / University of Rhode Island Student Insurance (United Health)
- Initial evaluation: $150-200/session
- Follow-up evaluation: $80-100/session
Message to clients
"For patients who are interested in medication for ADHD, I provide both initiation and follow up medication management. It is a dynamic process in which we begin with a certain medication and dosage, but that may change over time depending on the patient's response. It is a dynamic interaction between doctor and patient reviewing the individual's response, side effects, and trying to find a treatment plan that matches the individual the best."
Education and work experience
Private practice, 1983 - Present
Brown University, Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics, 1983 – Present
Rhode Island Hospital, Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics Fellowship
Rhode Island Hospital, Pediatrics residency
Michigan State University, MD
University of Michigan, BA in Psychology