MELBOURNE, FLA.—The Fourth Annual Aces for Autism Tennis Clinic is set for Saturday, June 15, at the Kiwi Tennis Club to support Florida Institute of Technology’s Scott Center for Autism Treatment’s Social Skills Program. The event occurs during Revolution Technologies Pro Tennis Classic, a USTA Pro Circuit men’s tennis event, June 7-16, which also benefits The Scott Center.Full Article
High Tech with a Human Touch
The School of Psychology at Florida Tech is in a unique position to provide a wide range of academic programs, psychological services, and research activities to the university as well as to the Space Coast community.
Undergraduate Degree Programs
- Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.)
- Applied Behavior Analysis (M.S. and Ph.D.)
- Industrial/Organizational Psychology (M.S. and Ph.D.)
The Age of Instant Communication: Keeping Your Kids Safe
Facebook and Texting
Presenters: Trevor Taylor, M.S.; Tess Whelan Hare, B.S.
The Scott Center Psychological Services’ presented a seminar on facebook and texting. The Age of Instant Communication: Keeping Your Kids Safe was a two hour presentation, complete with a Question and Answer session, where current clinicians at the Scott Center Psychological Services provided information to parents on the risks and rewards of instant communication in today’s world.
Aces for Autism Clinic June 15 and Tennis Events June 14 and 16 to Support Florida Tech Scott Center
The Scott Center Behavior Basics Boot Camp for Teachers Set For Aug. 2
MELBOURNE, FLA.—The Scott Center for Autism Treatment at Florida Institute of Technology offers Behavior Basics Boot Camp for teachers Aug. 2, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., in the Scott Center’s Seminar Room. The boot camp offers teachers guidance on managing challenging behaviors in their classroom.Full Article
Florida Tech Ph.D. Student Receives Scholarship Award for Work with Teens and Suicide
MELBOURNE, FLA. –Florida Institute of Technology clinical psychology Psy.D. student Laurence Pass was honored with a Graduate Scholarship Award. Pass received a $500 scholarship funded by Taylor 4 Teens, Taylor King's Legacy Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization that provides resources for teens and spreads teen suicide awareness and prevention.Full Article