Attention, Behavior, and Learning Clinic

Program Contact

Nomita Chhabildas

The Attention, Behavior, and Learning (ABL) Clinic in the CU Boulder Department of Psychology provides affordable, comprehensive evaluations for children and adolescents in Boulder and surrounding communities. The program specializes in assessment of learning differences, attention problems, and other cognitive, emotional or behavioral difficulties. We offer a limited number of scholarship slots so that we are able to serve a diverse group of families. Our goal is to better understand each child’s needs and strengths, as well as those of their family, in order to develop strategies and recommendations for meeting those needs and helping the child successfully move forward in school and in life.

In addition to serving the community, the clinic provides training for Ph.D. students in the clinical psychology program and opportunities for data collection for research studies on childhood learning and disorders.

  • Program Activity

    Additional Info

    The program hopes to empower students to learn best based on their unique learning styles, as well as develop coping strategies to manage demands within and outside of school.


    on campus



    Public or Private

    Public Program (open to the public)

    Program Fee


Sponsoring Units

  • College of Arts & Sciences

  • Department of Psychology & Neuroscience

Audiences Served

  • Children & Youth (outside school)
  • Families
  • General Public
  • Historically Excluded/Marginalized/Non-dominant Group(s)
  • People With Disabilities
  • Rural Communities
  • Students - Early Learning
  • Students - Elementary School
  • Students - Homeschooled
  • Students - High School
  • Students - Middle School
  • Youth Placed At Risk