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Attention & Behavior Clinic at SIUE

About the Clinic
Schedule & Fees
Orientation of the Clinic
Assessment Services
ABC Staff

About the Clinic

The SIUE Attention and Behavior Clinic (ABC) is located in Alumni Hall Room 0137 on the campus of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. (For a campus map, click here.)

The clinic is staffed by faculty in the SIUE Department of Psychology and is supported by the School of Education. Please call 618-650-2215 for more information on services provided or to make an appointment.

The goals of the clinic are to:

  1. Provide psychological services to children, their families, and schools who seek comprehensive assessments for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
  2. Provide brief consultation to parents and schools for the management of inattentive, hyperactive, and disruptive behavior.
  3. Provide supervised training and experience for Clinical Child and School Psychology graduate students.

Clinic Schedule & Fees

The clinic typically provides services throughout the work week. As a university-sponsored training clinic, appointments are not offered in the evenings or on weekends. For specific scheduling information, please call the clinic directly at 650-2215. This clinic operates on a fee for service schedule, a sliding scale based on family income and size is available. Insurance payment is not accepted.

Orientation of the Clinic

The SIUE Attention & Behavior Clinic is dedicated to providing psychological services that are supported by research and considered "best practice" in the field. As such, clinic staff use assessment tools that have well-established reliability and validity. Additionally, interventions offered at the clinic have been supported by research in the field of psychology. Furthermore, the clinic takes a data-based decision making approach with each child and family.

The clinic also adopts the theoretical orientation of the Clinical Child and School psychology graduate program. Specifically, the clinic takes the ecological approach which emphasizes the fit between children and their environment. Interventions are designed to enhance the skills of the child to better meet the demands of the environment, change the environment, or both.

Assessment Services

Child Assessment at ABC

The SIUE ABC provides one of the most comprehensive assessments available in the area. The assessment includes:

Parent Meetings

  • Parent questionnaires
  • Detailed parent interview

Child Meeting

  • Child interview
  • IQ & Memory Screen
  • Curriculum-based measurement (CBM) for academics

School Contact

  • Teacher questionnaires
  • Teacher interview
  • Classroom observations

ABC Staff

Graduate students in the Clinical Child and School psychology master's and specialist programs work closely with a team of supervisors to provide assessment and interventions. All graduate students are supervised by a licensed clinical psychologist.

The following faculty in the Department of Psychology at SIUE serve as clinic supervisors.

Dr. Greg Everett received his Ph.D. in school psychology from the University of Southern Mississippi. He completed his pre-doctoral internship and postdoctoral fellowship at the Kennedy Krieger Institute and John Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland. His research interests include the remediation of childhood behavior problems and parent training.

Dr. Stephen Hupp received his Ph.D. in clinical child psychology from Louisiana State University. He completed a pre-doctoral internship at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. His research interests include disruptive child behavior and parenting.

Dr. Jeremy Jewell received his Ph.D. in school psychology from the University of Texas at Austin. He completed his pre-doctoral internship at Girls and Boys Town in Omaha, Nebraska. His research interests include parent discipline, the family environment, and disruptive behavior disorders. Please visit his website at http://www.siue.edu/~jejewel

Dr. Liz McKenney received her Ph.D. in school psychology from the University of Florida. Her research interests include school-based services for students with autism spectrum disorders.

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