Center for Assessment and Intervention
7600 SW 36th St.
Davie, FL 33328
The Center for Assessment and Intervention (CAI) at Nova Southeastern University's Human Services Department is committed to enhancing the quality of life of individuals, families, and communities by providing services aimed at promoting academic and workplace success. CAI is a resource for school districts, offering academic and assessment services. In addition, CAI offers Webinars and trainings, and is involved in best practice research with schools and other community agencies to promote positive changes for children, adults, and families.
The Nova Southeastern University, Human Services, Center for Assessment and Intervention is also a training facility, which adheres to the philosophy that good human services practice is built on a foundation of scientific research. Therefore our organization follows the Practitioner Informed by Science Model of training.
CAI primarily offers comprehensive psychoeducational assessments for a wide variety of school based referrals including, but not limited to:
A written report, with appropriate referrals and/or recommendations is provided upon completion of the evaluation along with detailed feedback on the results. All services are rendered under the supervision of a licensed psychologist.
Nova Southeastern University, Human Services, Center for Assessment and Intervention (CAI) provides training to pre- and post-doctoral level psychology trainees from other university departments, including the Criminal Justice Institute, the Center for Psychological Studies, and the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences. Our goal is to prepare trainees to independently function as professionals in a variety of mental health settings by enhancing their clinical and administrative competencies. Three principal areas of emphasis for trainees at the Center for Assessment and Intervention (CAI) include: psychoeducational assessment, intervention, and consultation. The main focus/goal of this program is to prepare trainees for professional practice within the areas of assessment, psychotherapy, and research/consultation, through the following training experiences: