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  • Center for the Advancement of Youth Rotation

    Drs. Elkin, D. Sarver, Sutton and Annett

    This rotation provides extensive training with diverse pediatric populations within the Center for the Advancement of Youth (CAY) and Child Development Clinic (CDC). Residents will participate in the multidisciplinary clinic and be provided with opportunities for psychological assessments within that include infants through adolescents. The CAY/CDC clinic is a multidisciplinary clinic setting where brief diagnostic and treatment planning services are provided. Residents will be expected to additionally complete psychological evaluations and brief intervention with a range of children/adolescents. There is the opportunity for gaining expertise in infant assessment. Overall, this rotation emphasizes diagnostic and intervention skills necessary for future career opportunities in pediatric psychology. This clinical opportunity provides the opportunity to work with a variety of childhood disorders, including externalizing disorders, common behavioral disorders of childhood (sleep, toileting, compliance), internalizing disorders, autism spectrum disorders, intellectual disability, and complex neurodevelopmental disorders.