The Child Study Center (CSC) is a psycho-educational clinic operated by the School Psychology Program of the Department of Educational and School Psychology.
Educational and psychological assessments of children, adolescents, and young adults
Typical areas of referrals include learning disabilities, emotional and
behavioral issues, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity
Disorder, school readiness, and vocational planning.
Consultation and education for parents concerning remediation and treatment of children’s academic difficulties and/or problem behaviors
for interventions and supports of children’s learning and behavior problems
Consultation to schools, outside agencies, and other concerned professional personnel
The primary role of the Child Study Center is to provide training for school psychology graduate students.
The graduate students provide the assessment and intervention services under the direct
supervision of the school psychology faculty and doctoral supervisors.
The Child Study Center has a fee of $75. However, based on household income the fee can be reduced or waived
completely. Evaluations elsewhere can range between $600–800.
The Child Study Center clinic starts mid-January until mid-July each year, but takes referrals at any time during
the year. The clinic is located at 243 Stouffer Hall, 1175 Maple St., Indiana, PA 15705.
Parents should call the CSC Monday–Friday between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. School personnel wishing to refer a student should recommend that parents contact the Center for an appointment. All information is strictly confidential.
Dr. Mark McGowan242A Stouffer HallIndiana University of Pennsylvania1175 Maple St. Indiana, PA 15705-1058
Phone: 724-357-2174Email: firstname.lastname@example.org