The Neurodiversity Clinic is a specialty clinic providing evidence-based treatment to adult patients with neurodevelopmental conditions. The philosophy of the clinic is based on positive psychiatry and psychology. The goal of this clinic is to provide specialized mental health care with strengths-based approaches to neurodiverse adults. The clinic, housed within Stanford’s Psychosocial Treatment Services Program, serves neurodiverse patients aged 18 years and above.
- Autism / Asperger’s
- Genetic conditions associated with Autism
- Other Neurodevelopmental Conditions
- In individuals with Autism or other genetic or neurodevelopmental conditions, we treat co-occurring conditions such as Depression, Anxiety, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
This Program Provides
- Initial Evaluation and Assessment
- Evidence-based Psychotherapy (e.g., Cognitive Behavioral Therapy)
- Medication Consultation
- Medication Management
Clinic Director: Lawrence Fung, MD, PhD
Psychiatrist: Thuc-Quyen Nguyen, MD
Licensed Clinical Social Worker: Hilary Oleon, LCSW
DUE TO THE COVID-19 CRISIS, WE ARE CURRENTLY SEEING PATIENTS VIA TELEHEALTH ONLY.
WE CONTINUE TO TAKE NEW PATIENTS AT THIS TIME.
401 Quarry Road, Stanford, CA
Scheduling follow-up appointments: 650-498-9111
Medication refills: 650-498-9111, option 5
Referrals from Stanford Providers
- Please submit referral via EPIC. Please submit a referral to Psychiatry, choose "INSPIRE", and specify that this referral is directed to the Neurodiversity Clinic.