Children's Learning Clinic

The Children’s Learning Clinic (CLC) is a scientist-practitioner training clinic located in the Sheila C. Johnson Center for Human Services. We are affiliated with the Youth-Nex Center to Promote Effective Youth Development and the Curry School of Education and Human Development's Ph.D. Program in Clinical and School Psychology. Research in the CLC focused on understanding the relationship among cognitive, behavioral, and educational outcomes for children with ADHD within the context of positive youth development. The goal of CLC research is to translate these findings into effective treatments for children with ADHD that build their capabilities and promote positive outcomes.

The CLC is not accepting new clients. Previous clients in need of reports may contact the Sheila Johnson Center to request copies. Other needs of prior CLC clients may be directed to Dr. Schaefer at [email protected].


Tune In Support Group for Parents/Caregivers of Children with ADHD
Tune In is a parent-run support group for caregivers or parents of children or youth with ADHD. Meetings provide an opportunity to meet and share experiences with people who understand and 'have been there.'

CLC Doctoral Students:

Paula Aduen, M.A.
CLC Research Assistants:

Ali Macasaet
Florence Thompson