Stanford Adult Neurodevelopment Clinic: Bigger & Better

Did you know? Stanford’s Adult Neurodevelopment Clinic is expanding, and this year will be in a position to serve more adults with autism.

​This year, Dr. Thuc-Quyen Nguyen, a psychiatrist, joins Dr. Janet Miller (psychologist) and clinical director Dr. Lawrence Fung. The clinic will be adding another psychologist in May. The expansion will allow the clinic to see more adult patients with autism for their co-occurring conditions such as Depression, Anxiety, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Patients can be self-referred for evaluation by calling 650-498-9111.

The Stanford Adult Neurodevelopment Clinic is a specialty clinic providing evidence-based treatment to adult patients with neurodevelopmental conditions. The philosophy of the clinic is based on positive psychiatry and psychology. The goal of this clinic is to provide specialized mental health care with strengths-based approaches to neurodiverse adults. The clinic, housed within Stanford’s Psychosocial Treatment Services Program, serves neurodiverse patients aged 18 years and above. 

You can visit the Adult Neurodevelopment Clinic website by clicking HERE. 

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