The Sheila C. Johnson Center at the University of Virginia’s Curry School of Education and Human Development is a multidisciplinary clinic that provides personalized assessment and intervention services. Our mission is to deliver the highest quality science-based clinical services to the people of Charlottesville, the UVA community, Albemarle County, the Commonwealth of Virginia and beyond.
Autism Spectrum Services | Psychological Services: Evidence-based Treatment via Telehealth | Psychology Services: Diagnostic & Educational Assessments
How We Can Help
Speech & Language Services
Our certified speech-language pathologists help children and adults with their communication needs.Learn More
McGuffey Reading Services
As one of the longest running university-based reading services in the U.S., we help children become successful readers.Learn More
Autism Spectrum Services
Our clinical autism services are boosted by the Curry School's Supporting Transformative Autism Research (STAR) Initiative.Learn More
Psychological Services: Evidence-based Treatment via Telehealth
We focus on improving lives in our community by providing evidence-based treatment and care for many psychological problems.Learn More
Psychology Services: Diagnostic & Educational Assessments
We provide comprehensive psychological evaluations for a range of issues and problems encountered by families and students.Learn More
Summer Reading Program Registration Open
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About the Center
We collaborate with families and individuals of all ages to design clinical and educational solutions tailored to their needs. Our client-centered clinical facilities include state-of-the-art equipment and technology, 14 treatment rooms for intervention and assessment, a children’s play area, and convenient visitor parking.
Our experienced, multi-disciplinary team specializes in speech and language development; cognitive behavioral therapy for anxiety, depression, and behavior problems; assessments; reading interventions; audiology and hearing impairment; and treatment for autism spectrum disorders. The Sheila C. Johnson Center also allows UVA graduate students to gain clinical experience under faculty supervision. We are committed to serving the community and working one-on-one to ensure the best client outcomes.
Sheila C. Johnson Center Location
The Sheila C. Johnson Center is located in the University of Virginia’s Bavaro Hall on the ground floor.
Our street address is:
417 Emmet Street South, Ground Floor
Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
Please call (434) 924-7034 to schedule an appointment.
Hours of operation:
- Monday - Wednesday: 8 am - 5:30 pm
- Thursday: 8 am - 7 pm
- Friday: 8 am - 5 pm