The RCLD at Georgia State provides a number of services for students. These include evaluation, training, and consultation services.

 The RCLD provides evaluation services for students experiencing a wide array of difficulties, including
  • academic skills
  • anxiety
  • attention
  • depression
  • organization
  • social interactions
  • and many others
When these problems significantly impact functioning in the educational environment, they are considered Learning Disorders.  Learning Disorders include
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Acquired Brain Injury
  • Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Language Disorders
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • and other disorders that can create learning problems

The RCLD at Georgia State provides training opportunities for Georgia State Ph.D. graduate students and post-doctoral training.  Graduate-level clinical training opportunities include beginning and advanced practicum placements, and research and graduate assistantships.  We also offer a ½ time postdoctoral fellowship.  For more information regarding training opportunities please contact the director of the RCLD at Georgia State.

Graduate Clinical Training Opportunities 

Research Training Opportunities 

The RCLD at Georgia State is available to provide assistance to students experiencing academic difficulties. Although the RCLD at Georgia State does not provide intervention, our staff serves as a resource for information regarding learning-related disorders, accommodation of learning-related disorders, and appropriate postsecondary and community resources for treatment and support. Students are encouraged to contact the RCLD at Georgia State with questions.