Information for Parents

We are currently accepting children into our research clinic.

Caregivers of participating children will receive a comprehensive psychoeducational report detailing their child's intellectual, cognitive, and academic strengths and difficulties. All parents will meet with CLC Director and licensed clinical psychologist Dr. Kofler approximately 4 weeks after testing is complete to review our findings and discuss specific strategies for strengthening your child's strengths and improving your child's areas of difficulty.

We are currently accepting children ages 8-12 who meet one of two criteria:

  1. Children with suspected attention or behavior problems. We provide comprehensive evaluations for children with suspected attention problems and/or ADHD.
  2. Children with ADHD. Children who have been previously diagnosed with ADHD are also eligible to participate. Children complete all of the same activities as other children in our research clinic, and their parents meet with Dr. Kofler and receive the same written report. Children diagnosed with ADHD through our clinic may be eligible to participate in our ongoing treatment study. We are investigating a new, non-medication treatment for ADHD.

Families may qualify for CLC assessment and treatment services regardless of insurance or ability to pay. CLC services are provided within the context of our scientist-practitioner research training clinic.

Interested parents should call our intake line at 645-7423. A member of the CLC will then contact you to answer your questions and conduct a brief (5-10 minutes) screening interview.

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Want to get started?

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 clc@psy.fsu.edu (please do not include confidential information in emails).

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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 childstudies@psy.fsu.edu (please do not include confidential information in emails).

 

Interested in CLC services?

Interested caregivers can call us at (850) 645-7423. A member of the CLC will then contact you to answer your questions and conduct CLC Logoa 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.

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