Our faculty and staff are national leading experts in child and adolescent mental health. Their research is extensive and has appeared on different platforms including many top-tier national publications, such as TODAY.com, The New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today and Univision.
Our experts can comment on different topics including:
- ADHD and other behavioral problems
- Anxiety and phobias
- Depression and other mood conditions
- Effects of disasters and terrorism on youth
- Substance abuse in teens
- Academic problems in school and more
Our team is available to assist with news inquiries involving faculty and staff, education, as well as research and programs.
Wednesday, June 05, 2019
Florida has the third largest K-12 student population using a language other than English at home. Dr. Ryan Pontier studies […]
Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Today Florida Governor Ron DeSantis announced a $5.2 million National Institute of Mental Health grant to fund a collaboration between […]
Friday, May 24, 2019
The Center for Children and Families’ After-School Treatment Program (ATP) is looking to hire lead counselors, counselors, certified teachers and […]
The CCF offers various events throughout the year for students, faculty, professionals and the community to disseminate evidence-based information on child and adolescent mental health.
For professionals, current tools for understanding, identifying, and treating mental health problems in children.
Free Parenting Workshops
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Annual Report for 2016
Discover the Center for Children and Families' innovative treatments, achievements, success stories and publications.