The Children's Learning Clinic (CLC) is a scientist-practitioner training clinic located in the Psychology Building at Florida State University in beautiful Tallahassee, FL.
The CLC offers comprehensive assessment, diagnostic, and treatment services for families of children suspected of ADHD. The CLC is a scientist-practitioner training clinic, which means that we provide evidence-based clinical services within the context of a research clinic. We are affiliated with FSU's Ph.D. Program in Clinical Psychology.
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.
The CLC is directed by Dr. Kofler, a licensed clinical psychologist in Florida and Virginia.
Families may qualify for CLC assessment and treatment services regardless of insurance or ability to pay. Interested parents should call the CLC intake line at 850-645-7423. A member of the CLC will then contact you to answer your questions and conduct a brief (5-10 minutes) screening interview.
There is currently no charge for CLC services.
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Call us at 850-645-7423. We'll answer all your questions and ask for some basic information from you. You can also email us at email@example.com (please do not include confidential information in emails).
Interested in participating in research at FSU? Caregivers can register with our Center for Developmental Science. The Center is a collaboration between faculty at FSU who are interested in how children learn. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org (please do not include confidential information in emails).
The Children's Learning Clinic values diversity and is dedicated to continuing to develop our awareness and appreciation for individual differences within our community. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our community. As such, we strive to provide high quality services that are sensitive to race, color, ethnicity, religion, spirituality, sex, national origin, age, ancestry, physical/mental ability, status as a veteran, sexual orientation, marital status, parental status, gender, and socioeconomic status.
Interested caregivers can call us at (850) 645-7423. A member of the CLC will then contact you to answer your questions and conduct a brief (5-10 minutes) screening interview.
We are currently recruiting children ages 8-11 with suspected attention, behavior, or learning difficulties for our research on children's attention, memory, and learning.
Register with our Center for Developmental Science and be the first to hear about us and other FSU study opportunities!