Outpatient Psychology Services
Tim and Kay Flesch Postdoctoral Fellowship Program
The fellow will receive advanced, onsite training in the evaluation, assessment and treatment of youth with a variety of issues. Focus is placed on using evidence-based methods of assessment and treatment and work within larger multi-disciplinary teams.
The fellow will have an opportunity to be supervised on a variety of cases, with specific focus on providing assessment/treatment of children with developmental, autism spectrum, sleep, eating disorder, and learning issues.
The fellow will have an opportunity to work with the Collaborative Autism and Related Disorder Services (CARDS) program. The CARDS program is a multi-disciplinary program led by Dr. Jim Schroeder. CARDS is designed to provide a comprehensive assessment of children suspected of having an autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
These children are seen by a pediatric psychologist, neurodevelopmental specialist, speech/language pathologist and occupational therapist. The goal is to provide the child's family with an empirically-based assessment of concerns and individualized, targeted treatment recommendations for home and school entry.