Child Study Center
1100 N.E. 13th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73117
(405) 271-5700 Find the Child Study Center
The Child Study Center (CSC) provides individual and interdisciplinary assessment and treatment programs for children with developmental disabilities, social and behavioral challenges, and emotional disorders.
Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics experts at the Child Study Center can help your child or young loved one with developmental, educational, behavioral or medical needs. We offer evaluations, consultations and treatment from a highly skilled team of pediatric specialists, including board certified:
Developmental & behavioral pediatricians
- Speech pathologists
- Clinical social workers
- Professional counselors
- Occupational therapists
- Nurse practitioners
- Child development specialists
In addition, staff provide services in the neonate, developmental delay, and meningomyelocele clinics at The Children's Hospital and are available for consultation for inpatients.
Child Study Center faculty provide instruction to pediatric trainees, including fellows and residents, conduct current research projects, including projects on fetal drug and alcohol exposure, emotional trauma, ADHD, and autism spectrum disorders.
Clinicians at Child Study Center provide services to children and adolescents and their caregiver in assessment, diagnosis and treatment in areas of AD/HD, children who have been exposed to drugs and/or alcohol before birth, behavior management for young children experiencing behavioral and/or emotional difficulties, children who have been exposed to trauma and Autism diagnosis and treatment.
In conjunction with serving the special needs of children and their families, the OU Child Study Center provides unique training opportunities for future health care providers in our state. Pediatric residents, psychologists, and students from several other disciplines participate with the CSC professional staff in evaluation and treatment programs. CSC is in partnership with the Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities program (LEND) to provide family centered, culturally sensitive, interdisciplinary care.
For applicants interested in the Developmental and Behavioral Fellowship at OUHSC, please visit the Fellowship page.
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