Linda C. Mayes, M.D., Child Study Center Director
Michele Goyette-Ewing, Ph.D., Training Director
Laurie Cardona, Psy.D., Chief of Psychology

Four Areas of Specialization

  • Autism Track
  • Early Childhood Track
  • Pediatric Psychology Track
  • Trauma and Children Track

Program Hallmarks

  • History of producing leaders in Child Study Center’s Areas of Specialty
  • Scientist-practitioner model integrating research and clinical work over two years
  • Strong emphasis on serving the underserved in community, clinic, and hospital settings
  • Strong emphasis on psychological assessment
  • Clinical Services to children and families in both traditional and nontraditional settings
  • Intervention at multiple, interacting levels of influence
  • Training in psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, family, and group modalities

Two-Year Fellowship

Year One

  • APA accredited internship
  • Extensive clinical and didactic experiences serving children in inpatient and outpatient settings
  • Clinical work in area of specialization (i.e. Autism, Young Child, Trauma, Pediatrics)

Year Two

  • Accrue hours and experiences to meet state licensing requirements
  • Extensive clinical experiences in inpatient settings
  • Extensive clinical and research opportunities in area of specialization