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Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology
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Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology

Clinical Services

Training the Next Generation of Providers

Part of the CYSEW mission is to train the next generation of community mental health providers. CYSEW provides paid practicum opportunities for GSAPP PsyD graduate student trainees at Rutgers. The main services directed and supervised by CYSEW are outlined below.

ADHD & Mental Health Evaluations

Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is one of the most prevalent mental health conditions in children, adolescents, and young adults. The transition to college is often difficult for students with ADHD given the reduction in structure and support along with significantly increased academic demands. College and universities offer supports for individuals with ADHD such as accommodations, therapy, and medication. However, documentation in the form of an evaluation report is often required to access services, and such evaluations can cost thousands of dollars. This creates a significant barrier for students with ADHD seeking to maintain the supports they had in place in secondary school.

In partnership with the Rutgers Center for Adult Autism Services (RCAAS) and the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP) Center for Psychological Services, CYSEW is addressing this barrier by training graduate students to provide low cost, evidence-based ADHD assessments for $150; this value is just enough to cover the costs of paying the graduate students and their supervisors.

The evaluation includes an assessment of ADHD, anxiety, and depression since these disorders can all lead to difficulties with concentration and frequent coexist. College students also receive a feedback session with recommendations tailored to their strengths and needs.

To obtain an evaluation, call (848) 445-6111 and press #2 to speak with a coordinator or contact the GSAPP CPS Coordinator at

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"Rutgers Is Expanding Services for Students With ADHD and Autism"

Initiated through Chancellor Francine Conway’s ScarletWell program, the collaborative effort aims to scale up assessment and treatment offerings for neurodivergent students at Rutgers.