Academic Collaborations

MSC has a number of collaborative programs throughout NSU and the community.

College of Psychology

Professional Development: Post-doctoral residency program at Mailman Segal Center

Clinical training opportunities for school psychologists

Available practicums and internships for students

Abraham S. Fischler College of Education

Camp Yofi: Camp experiences for children with  autism and their families located in Clayton, Georgia.

Professional Development: graduate students coordinate the annual multi-disciplinary screenings of the children within the Early Learning Programs at MSC.

College of Dental Medicine

The MSC Pediatric Dental Clinic is open for students of the Mailman Segal Center Baudhuin Preschool. This facility is focused on providing a full range of dental services from examinations, and dental cleanings, to restorative treatment. We also use behavior management techniques and/or pharmacological therapies. Treatment is provided in a careful, compassionate, and time-sensitive manner that allows children to acclimate to the dental setting.

Unicorn Children's Foundation Clinics

The Unicorn Children's Foundation Clinics provide a comprehensive spectrum of services for children and caregivers. With extensive knowledge in child development, clinicians provide expert diagnostic and treatment services to guide caregivers in obtaining the most individualized and up-to-date information. Students and staff from the Abraham S. Fischler College of Education (Speech), College of Healthcare Sciences (OT), College of Psychology, and the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (Family Therapy) work together with clinicians to administer the services.

Autism Programs and Services

The Interdisciplinary Council for the Study of Autism (ICSA) was developed by MSC with over 30 individuals from NSU, representing a variety of disciplines. University-wide committees were formed in the areas of academics, research, clinical services, other direct service programs and student practicum experiences. The group meets monthly to develop and support collaborative programs and services and is currently supporting the Autism Initiative project.