CFC's ecological approach to
intervention ...

... defines and guides our efforts to improve intervention services and is multicultural and family centered.

CFC services to children
age 2 through 17 include

CFC services to parents are

“We consider the
children and families
we work with to be
major colleagues in the collaborative process of improving and innovating mental health services for future generations.” 

Practicums: Students working with families

 

Intake and Referral

All families who come for services at CFC participate in the Family Check-Up.

Family services determined by the Family Check-Up can include:

What is the Family Check-Up?

The Family Check-Up is a comprehensive family assessment that includes

All information is kept strictly confidential.

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What happens next?

Here are some typical options that families choose:

Family Therapy and Support

This collaborative process

Individual Interventions with Children and Adolescents

Direct interventions can include

Comprehensive Child Assessments

Assessments can include

Parent Skills and Support

Parent skills training is for all ages. It includes

Child-Centered Skill Enhancement

For younger children, we can focus on

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Clinic Personnel, Eugene

Shannon McGillShannon McGill
Clinical Coordinator
541-346-0445

Shannon McGill has worked at the Child and Family Center since 2004. She is the intake coordinator for the clinic and also is a research analyst for CFC's grant-funded studies.

 

 

 

Shannon McGillKarrie Walters
Practicum Director
541-346-5176

Karrie Walters, Ph.D., is the practicum training director at the Child and Family Center.  Karrie received her doctorate degree in counseling psychology in 2010.  She also holds a master’s degree in special education and has worked with children and families professionally for more than 15 years in both educational and counseling environments. Karrie's clinical interests include anxiety disorders, queer/transgender youth and families, parent-child relationships, and application of the Family Check-Up.  Her research interests include child and family intervention and prevention, with a focus on identity-based motivation, empowerment, and social justice.

 

J. MauroJennifer Mauro
Practicum Supervisor

Jennifer Mauro, Ph.D., received her doctoral degree in clinical psychology from the University of Oregon in 1991. She is currently the clinical supervisor for the Child and Family Center, and she also maintains a private practice in Eugene. Her clinical interests include child and adolescent mental health, with expertise in the Family Check-Up.

 

 

 

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How To Contact Us in Eugene

Child and Family Center

6217 University of Oregon

Eugene, OR 97403-6217

541-346-4805

Driving Directions

Google Maps

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CFC Director

Elizabeth Stormshak, Ph.D.

Licensed Psychologist

Professor: Counseling Psychology

541-346-4625

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Related Links

Birth to Three (also known as Parenting Now!)

CDRC

Center on Early Adolescence 

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Lane County

Early Child CARES

Lane County Mental Health Services Child and Adolescent Program 

Looking Glass 

Ophelia’s Place 

Oregon Helps! 

Relief Nursery 

Saturday Circus Principles of Child Guidance classes 

The Child Center 

United Way - Lane County 

White Bird 

WIC:
Eugene
Portland/Multnomah County
Portland/Clakamas County

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