The Center for Assessment And Treatment (CAAT) is owned and operated by Dr. David O. Black, a nationally and internationally recognized pediatric neuropsychologist and scientist who is an expert in autism spectrum and related disorders. CAAT provides comprehensive, state of the art developmental and neuropsychological assessments of children, adolescents, and adults who have social disorders, self-regulatory disorders, emotional dysregulation problems, learning and attention difficulties, and other conditions that impact the ability to manage the demands of daily life. Click for more about neuropsychological assessments.
Our clinicians provide individual, family, and group therapy for children, adolescents, and adults. We offer evidence-based intervention to help teens and young adults develop the skills to establish and maintain close friendships and relationships through our CAAT PEERS® program. We have also recently launched our Young Adult Transition (YAT) Program. Visit our Treatment page to learn more.
Ongoing Care & Support
At CAAT, we establish long term relationships with families and provide a continuity of care through consultation and follow-up. This includes assistance with implementing treatment plans, revising goals and services as children progress, assistance with school placement and I.E.P. meetings, and providing ongoing case management.
CAAT offers a range of additional services, including consultations, second opinions, and medical-legal (forensic) evaluations to address questions related to autism spectrum disorders as well as other conditions. We provide consultations to schools, programs, and agencies. We give talks on a wide variety of topics to parent, school, and professional organizations. More about our services.