Applied Behavioral Mental Health Counseling is pleased to offer information on this valuable resource to the autism community.
The mission of the Yale Child Study Center is to improve the mental health of children and families, advance understanding of their psychological and developmental needs, and treat and prevent childhood mental illness through the integration of research, clinical practice, and professional training.
The below studies are currently open:
The Yale Child Study Center is seeking participants for a study of cognitive-behavioral therapy for anxiety in children with high-functioning autism
To be eligible, participants must:
- Be between 8 and 14 years old
- Have a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Have clinically significant levels of anxiety
- Be able to complete study assessments including fMRI
- Families can commute to the Yale Child Study Center in New Haven
Participants will receive free therapy and up to $350 for participation.
If interested, please contact:
Ms. Tess Gladstone (203) 737-7662
Dr. Denis Sukhodolsky (203) 785-6446
Yale HIC # 01211011144
The Yale Child Study Center is conducting a research study to examine if an investigational medication will help reduce the core symptoms of autism.
This is a 3-month research study where participants will either receive placebo (fake medicine) or investigational medication in the form of sprinkles to be placed on food. Participants must be 3 – 8 years old, be willing to undergo clinical and medical evaluations, and attend nine office visits at the Yale Child Study Center in New Haven, Connecticut. Collection of stool samples will also be required. Compensation for travel will be provided.
For more information on this research study, please contact the study physician Dr. Roger Jou at 203-927-3970 or email@example.com.
Yale HIC# 1505015948
Please see the following links for more information:
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Eligible participants include:
- Boys and girls between the ages of 4-12 years old
- Children with and without an autism diagnosis
Participants earn $100 per study visit (1-2 visits required)
Please contact Dr. Roger Jou
Phone: (203) 927-3970