Clinics and Centers
Counseling and Psychological Services is a training and service clinic that is part of the Institute for Innovation in Health and Human Services. Service and training opportunities include counseling, psychological testing and assessment for adults, adolescents, and children.
The Center for Assessment & Research Studies (CARS) supports assessment of student learning and development outcomes related to general education, the academic majors, and student affairs programs.
Interprofessional Services for Learning Assessment is a training and service clinic that is part of the Institute for Innovation in Health and Human Services. ISLA provides interprofessional services for individuals experiencing difficulties in achieving their educational goals. Various professions involved in ISLA include clinical, school, and counseling psychology, communication sciences, nursing, psychiatry, educational psychology, and disability services.
- The Alvin V. Baird Attention and Learning Disabilities Center
The mission of the Alvin V. Baird Attention and Learning Disabilities Center is to develop and promote research‐based interventions for children and adolescents with attention or learning disabilities, broadly defined, while educating families, students, and professionals about these disabilities and best practices for their treatment.
- Dr. Anne Stewart recently served as the emcee for the International Association for Play Therapy awards ceremony. She was also named President of the national APT Foundation Board. The role of the board is to raise funds for research in play therapy.
- The first clinic of the JMU Autism Center has begun operations. The Inter-Professional Autism Clinic (IPAC) provides in-depth assessment and multi-disciplinary intervention for children ages 3-5 years old with Autism or suspected Autism. For more information please view the IPAC flyer
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