The Center for Children and Families(CCF) provides training opportunities for undergraduate, graduate, and professional school students, as well as professional conferences, workshops and speakers for educators, mental health professionals, and health professionals from South Florida.
Undergraduate, Graduate and Professional Students Opportunities:
Trainings are provided through research assistantship during the academic year and Summer Treatment Program during the summer.
* Research Assistantship
Available for undergraduate students seeking experience with research in the field of child clinical psychology in exchange for class credit. Students will work on a variety of projects completing tasks, such as data collection, entry and analysis and many of the other details required to complete research.| Application | Research Opportunities |
* Summer Treatment Program
Applications are now being accepted for Lead Counselors, Counselors, Classroom Teachers and Classroom Aides for the CCF Summer Treatment Program.
Educators, Mental Health, and Health Professionals Opportunities
* Speaker Series on Evidence-Based Approaches in Childhood and Adolescent Mental Health
Lectures on recent research and applications followed by discussion, APA and continuing education credits offered. For more information on upcoming presentations please click here.
* Biennial Conference on Evidence-Based Treatments for Childhood and Adolescent Mental Health
An international interdisciplinary conference focusing on state-of-the-art, evidence-based treatments for mental health problems in children and adolescents. Didactic lectures and hands-on experience will be combined to teach interested professionals the basic principles of effective psychosocial, pharmacological, and combined treatments, including child-based treatments, classroom management, school-wide interventions, and parent training. | 2011 Conference |