Please join us in welcoming The Center for Child Well-Being at Tarleton State University to the Stephenville Chamber of Commerce with a Ribbon Cutting ceremony on Tuesday, October 8th at 11:30 AM in Room 108 of the E.J. Howell Education Building.
The Center for Child Well-Being is a multidisciplinary child service center at Tarleton State University that provides psychological, behavioral health, and consultation services to families of school-aged children in our community.
Interested in partnering with or supporting this new program? You are invited to join them for a luncheon at the dining hall following the Ribbon Cutting to learn more! Please RSVP by EMAIL if you plan to attend the luncheon.
Parking will be at Lot P-43 which is located on the corner of W Shirley and N Lillian St.
This is a Sliver Zone 24 hour reserved lot that will require a parking permit.
View, download and print the parking permit here.
The Tarleton Center for Child Well-Being hopes to provide prevention, psychological and consultation services at a reasonable cost by utilizing supervised trainees in service delivery. The center will be a training site for a variety of graduate and undergraduate endeavors, providing internship opportunities and a research environment for both faculty and students.
Spearheaded by licensed psychologist Dr. Stephanie Robertson, a licensed psychologist and licensed specialist in school psychology, the Center for Child Well-Being is a collaboration between Tarleton’s departments of Psychological Sciences, Social Work, Educational Diagnostics and Counseling. It has been in the works for two years and is patterned after a similar program at Florida State University.