Services Provided at Savannah Child & Family Study Center

Our Center has been a trusted psychology practice for over 200 primary care physicians for the last 15 years
We believe there is a strong relationship between emotional and physical well-being. Our mission is to provide treatments for conditions which stem from this interaction.
At the core of SCFSC's integration treatment model is a Licensed and Board Certified Medical Psychologist who understands the complex relationship between mind and body, and is accordingly able to design and provide the most appropriate treatment(s) for a patient's specific presentation.
Our assessments and treatments combine a thorough knowledge of human psychology with an array of psychological, cognitive-behavioral, and bio-behavioral techniques.
In consultation with the referring physician we will also make recommendations about pharmacological interventions when appropriate.
We provide clear feedback to the referring physician regarding our assessment and recommend course of treatment. We strive to work closely with the referring physician because we know that such a partnership produces the best possible outcomes.
Most importantly, we firmly believe that the individual is the most active participant in the learning and healing process.
Our Center is unique in it's integration of counseling, psychology and focused treatment. In combination we are able to provide time-effective therapy while making a significant impact on the patient's quality of life. More and more research points to the value of this approach. Our goal is to provide people with the skills and knowledge to achieve the most advanced level of functioning and highest quality of life and to do so with a respectful therapeutic environment.

Services Provided
  • Psychological Assessment
  • ADHD Testing
  • Developmental Assessment
  • Psychotherapy
  • Behavior Management
  • Parent Training
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Neurofeedback training has its foundations in basic and applied neuroscience as well as data-based clinical practice. It takes into account behavioral, cognitive, and subjective aspects as well as brain activity. Thus, it meets the American Psychological Association's definition of an evidence-based intervention.