Behavioral Health Services

 FSU Faculty Receive Grant to Evaluate FSU Center Telehealth Services

Two Florida State University faculty members received a $16,000 grant from the Mental Research Institute to launch their project, “Family Therapy and Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Telehealth Response.” Dr. Michele Parker of the FSU College of Human Sciences and Dr. Michael Killian of the FSU College of Social Work will assess Behavioral Health Services offered by the FSU Multidisciplinary Center (FSU MDC).

The Multidisciplinary Center (MDC) offers a variety of Behavorial Health Services (BHS) to support children, adolescents, adults and families who are affected by complex academic, medical, and emotional/behavioral difficulties.  Our BHS clinicians are mental health practitioners who are empirically supported, relational approaches to meet the evolving healthcare needs of individuals and families.

BHS Services include:

FAMILY THERAPY to address:

  • Parenting Stress
  • Co-parenting Concerns
  • Sibling adjustment

MARITAL/couple therapy to address:

  • Communication and Conflict
  • Relationship satisfaction
  • Work-life balance

Michele Parker, Ph.D., LMFT

Assistant Professor







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