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Navigating Adolescence: New UH Clinic Aims to Help Families

Adolescence can be a challenge both for the kid going through it — and for that adolescent’s family and friends. Now, a new clinic recently opened at the University of Houston to help kids and parents to navigate. It’s called the Adolescent Diagnosis, Assessment, Prevention and Treatment Center — or ADAPT. We talk with the […]

Adolescence can be a challenge both for the kid going through it — and for that adolescent’s family and friends. Now, a new clinic recently opened at the University of Houston to help kids and parents to navigate. It’s called the Adolescent Diagnosis, Assessment, Prevention and Treatment Center — or ADAPT.

We talk with the ADAPT director, Dr. Carla Sharp. She’s a professor of psychology at UH.

MORE:
New Clinic Opens at UH for Adolescent, Family Counseling (University of Houston, Feb. 16, 2016)

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