Posted on June 30, 2022 by childrenslearninginstitute
Over the past four months our two clinics, the UT Physicians Pediatric Center for Autism and Related Conditions and the Dan L Duncan Children’s Neurodevelopmental Clinic have been waiting patiently as the new space for our clinics gets remodeled. The clinicians will move into a new clinical space located in the University Center Tower (UCT) and merge into one early childhood developmental clinic. Renovations are well underway and running slightly ahead of schedule. We anticipate seeing patients in the new clinic space sometime in early fall., so stay tuned for updates!
After over 15 years of dedicated service, Dr. Linda Ewing-Cobbs is stepping down as director of the Duncan Clinic. Dr. Mike Assel will take over as the Director of Psychological Services. At the current time, our clinic has 4 psychologists including Mike Assel, Linda Ewing-Cobbs, Mary Prasad, and Cathy Guttentag. Our clinicians are excited to welcome the addition of Dr. Gabriel Anzueto as Medical Director in the Duncan Clinic and Mary Beth Morgan, a practicum student from UHCL. Both will be joining our practice this fall.
Dr. Guttentag and pediatricians, Michelle Barratt, Katie Tran, and Sandra McKay have been working in the Center for Autism and Related Conditions to serve children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). They have been at the forefront of increasing accessibility of services for children with ASD using the ECHO Model. This program provides specialized Autism training to pediatricians in hopes of increasing access to care for young children who have been diagnosed with ASD.
We are excited for all the new things coming to the Children’s Learning Institute clinical programs. We look forward to moving into our new clinic space, adding new staff this fall, and offering more aid to our community. If you have any questions in the meantime, contact us.