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The Behavior Clinic

The Behavior Clinic offers vital mental health services for children aged two to five who are experiencing significant behavior and emotional problems and their families. Here our graduate students in Counseling receive specialized training during supervised clinical experiences working with troubled children directly in their homes. The clinic, a nationally recognized partnership with Penfield Children’s Center, maintains an applied research program that regularly contributes findings to the field of pediatric mental health that it literally helped usher in.

To support the work of the Behavior Clinic, please go to our giving page, in the designation field select "other" and enter "Behavior Clinic" in the adjacent field.

 


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