Child and Family Clinic
The University of North Carolina Child and Family Clinic offers state-of-the-art assessment and treatment of psychological and adjustment difficulties among youth aged 2-18 years.
Children face a variety of challenges and the symptoms which may warrant treatment or assessment vary as well.
The Clinic is staffed by internationally renowned clinical supervisors with expertise in child clinical psychology and research on risk factors, assessment, and treatment of child disorders. The Child and Family Clinic also is strongly invested in working with local schools and community agencies to educate the public and help parents, educational staff, and mental health professionals learn about current best practices in child treatment.
Our services include:
- Psychological evaluations for diagnostic assessment to help determine appropriate courses of treatment, including state-of-the-art assessment techniques for ADHD, Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Conduct Disorder, etc.
- Psycho-educational assessment for learning disabilities and giftedness placement, including IQ and achievement testing.
- Psychotherapy with children, adolescents, families, school consultants.