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The Sutcliffe Clinic


Providing high-quality, personalized medical care for children and families with developmental and behavioral concerns.

The Sutcliffe Clinic uses an integrated and interdisciplinary approach to evaluate and treat a wide range of developmental and behavioral difficulties in children, providing assessment and psychological testing, therapy and family counseling to enable each child to achieve their potential.

Our team specializes in the evaluation and treatment of the following conditions: Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, anxiety disorders, psychiatric issues, developmental concerns, conduct disorders, behavioral issues, development delays and disabilities, genetic conditions, habit disorders, intellectual disabilities, learning disabilities, and regulatory disorders.

Our Autism Behavioral Services support children with Autism Spectrum Disorders while our Medical Wellness Team treats social-communication disorders, ADHD, anxiety and developmental delays. Our treatment is provided in many environments and leverages Incidental Teaching, Pivotal Response Training (PRT), Functional Communication Training, Floortime Philosophy and Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) Therapy.

We work closely with primary care physicians, community services, and school districts to help families navigate the difficult journey from assessment and potential diagnosis to an effective management plan and strategies for accessing community resources.

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Therapies We Offer 

  • Incidental Teaching

    Incidental Teaching uses child initiations, "teachable moments", and reflection to reinforce attempts at play and communication.
  • Parent-Child Interaction Therapy

    PCIT is an evidence-based treatment for young children with emotional and behavioral challenges.
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

    CBT focuses on teaching your child about their thoughts, emotions and behaviors.
  • Functional Communication Training

    Functional Communication Training utilizes motivation to teach communication skills for meaningful interaction.
  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

    DBT focuses on improving emotion regulation, mindfulness and healthy coping strategies.
  • Pivotal Response Training

    Pivotal Response Training is a naturalistic ABA therapy using positive reinforcement for social motivation and skills.
  • Parent-child Care (PC Care)

    PC care is a 6 week program adapted from PCIT to coach parents on skills that help manage a child’s behavior at home, school and in the community settings. 
  • Floortime Philosophy

    Floortime philosophy involves child-driven, relationship-based naturalistic therapy.
  • Exposure And Response Prevention Therapy

    ERP is used to help children diminish fears and compulsive behaviors.  It is an important tool when treating individuals with obsessive compulsive disorder. 
  • Acceptance And Commitment Therapy

    ACT promotes mindfulness, identifies goals and teaches teens and families optimal behaviors based on personal values. 

OuR Services

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    Medical Wellness

    We diagnose and manage behavioral and developmental concerns, and collaborate closely with pediatricians, therapists, teachers and community services to help families navigate the parenting journey.
  • Individual and Family Therapy

    We provide evidence-based interventions that highlight the child's strengths and teach skills to address their challenges. We provide a range of services, including individual therapy, parent coaching, and family-based counseling.
  • Educational Support

    The goal of the educational team is to help students recognize their learning strengths and empower them with skills to face any learning challenge.
  • Behavioral Intervention Program

    The Behavioral Services team at The Sutcliffe Clinic offers high quality, evidence-based, individualized treatment plans for autism and associated behavioral challenges to children and their families.
  • Psychological Testing

    Psychological assessment in the Sutcliffe Clinic not only includes testing with our psychologists, but also includes a holistic assessment of your child to better understand his or her strengths and challenges.

Special Programs At The Sutcliffe Clinic

  • Early Intervention Program

    The Sutcliffe Early Intervention program provides caregivers and their learner with a way to begin therapy amidst the many choices that need to be made.
  • Selective Mutism Program

    The Selective Mutism Program at the Sutcliffe Clinic takes an interdisciplinary approach in treating children with selective mutism and anxiety.
  • COGENT Parent Training Program

    The COGENT program is designed to empower parents and caregivers with practical strategies and techniques to effectively manage ADHD in children.

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