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Psychology

The CDD offers clinical psychology services through multiple locations. The CDD's Psychology clinic primarily provides comprehensive developmental and psychological evaluations for children suspected of having a neurodevelopmental disability in order to inform a differential diagnosis and provide individualized recommendations for treatment to our families. More specifically, our clinic specializes in the assessment of autism, as well as intellectual disability and other closely related disorders. As a teaching and training facility, we involve graduate level psychology students (i.e., practicum placement students and predoctoral interns) and postgraduate trainees (i.e., postdoctoral fellows) in clinical care services under the supervision of licensed psychologists.

Last Published: Jan 30, 2020