Providing affordable clinical services
Texas A&M's Infant Cognition Lab seeks to understand the developmental growth of babies. The lab features research on object individuation – noting what babies understand about various objects and how they retain and expand that knowledge. This research is vital to parents in Texas as they seek to enhance their parenting skills and understanding how to help their baby grow developmentally.
The Texas A&M Psychology Clinic is a not-for-profit training facility that provides comprehensive psychological services to the Bryan and College Station communities. A broad range of behavioral, cognitive, developmental, interpersonal, and health related issues are addressed, regardless of the client’s ability to pay (Clinic Brochure in English, in Spanish). Regularly-offered clinic services include therapy groups for family members and children with Asperger’s Disorder.
Faculty members in the clinic psychology program provide outpatient pediatric psychology services at the local not-for-profit pediatric outpatient clinic “UPA Too.”
Sasha Fleary, Ph.D. candidate in psychology, developed a community health literacy program in conjunction with College Station ISD Head Start. This program provides health literacy information for parents to engage their family in healthy lifestyle choices regarding diet and nutrition, physical activity, oral health, sleep hygiene, and mental health.