The Children’s Learning Clinic (CLC) is a scientist-practitioner training clinic located in the Sheila C. Johnson Center for Human Services. We are affiliated with the Youth-Nex Center to Promote Effective Youth Development and the Curry School of Education's Ph.D. Program in Clinical and School Psychology. The CLC offers comprehensive, affordable, and evidence-based assessment and treatment services for children suspected of having attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and related difficulties. Research in the CLC focuses on understanding the relationship among cognitive, behavioral, and educational outcomes for children with ADHD within the context of positive youth development. The goal of CLC research is to translate these findings into effective treatments for children with ADHD that build their capabilities and promote positive outcomes.

Projects

Associated Faculty

CLC Doctoral Students:

  • Paula Aduen, M.A.

CLC Research Assistants:

  • Ali Macasaet
  • Florence Thompson