The CCF is committed to helping the children of South Florida lead healthy, happy lives.
If you believe your child might be struggling, or if you're looking for info on children's mental health, please call us at (305) 348-0477 to speak with a CCF Clinical Staff Therapist about the best program for you and your child.
To learn about all the current programs we offer our children, click here.
Interested in our Spring Break Organization Skills Camp? click here.
Interested in our Summer Treatment Program (STP)? click here.
The CCF is always looking for participants for a variety of research studies. To find out the list of the current research programs you can participate, click here.
To find out the list of our faculty and specialists click here.
Are you a professional looking for training or continuing education? Have a child to refer for services? Click here to see what we can offer you.
Panelists will discuss their experiences in successfully obtaining federal funding for graduate and post-doctoral fellowships. Dr. Frazier will moderate and discuss other funding sources for fellowships, research and travel
Dr. John Weisz, Professor of Psychology at Harvard University, will present on Personalizing Youth Psychotherapy Using a Transdiagnostic Approach
Dr. Alexandra Quittner, Professor of Psychology at University of Miami will present on Prevalence of Depression and Anxiety in Patients with Cystic Fibrosis and Parent Caregivers
FIU News recently featured work by Dr. Lindsay C. Malloy on the development of better interrogation methods and interviewing techniques. Dr. Malloy reminds readers that interrogation of intellectually disabled teen in the Netflix documentary ‘Making a Murderer’ is not unique.
Dr. Allen’s paper "Nonspatial sequence coding in CA1 neurons” was featured in today’s issue of the prestigious The Journal of Neuroscience. The feature is titled, “Hippocampal neurons encode temporal sequences” in This Week in the Journal.
The CCF Faculty are doing amazing things - Drs. Anthony Dick (p5), William Pelham (p7), Jonathan Comer (p17), and Lindsay Malloy (p17) are highlighted in the FIU SISH Year in Review