Caley Schwartz Psychological Services, LLC
I graduated with my doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Miami under the mentorship of Doctors Heather Henderson and Peter Mundy. My research focused on examining individual differences among individuals with autism spectrum disorders in order to predict what leads to the most adaptive life outcomes. I also completed a two year Fellowship at the Yale Child Study Center where I received generalist and autism specific training. Upon completion of my postdoctoral training, I became a faculty member within the Autism Program at the Yale Child Study Center. I also began a private practice wherein I have completed comprehensive psychoeducational and psychological evaluations, as well as diagnostic evaluations requested by both parents and school systems. I have provided treatment in individual and group formats for individuals with a variety of presenting concerns including autism spectrum disorders, anxiety, depression, and issues related to adoption. In addition to my private practice, I have conducted support groups for adults with autism spectrum disorders at the Autism Spectrum Resource Center (ASRC) in Wallingford, CT and have provided treatment for adults through IDEA for Autism, Inc. in Bridgeport, CT.
Currently, I hold the position of Clinical Instructor at the Yale Child Study Center. I have also completed a certification in Clinical Issues in Adoption developed jointly by the CT Department of Children and Families, the UCONN School of Social Work, and Southern CT State University.