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Glickman Lauder Center of Excellence in Autism and Developmental Disorders

Comprehensive Behavioral Health Services for Children and Adults with Developmental Challenges

The Glickman Lauder Center of Excellence in Autism and Developmental Disorders serves individuals and their families through a continuum of care—from inpatient to outpatient settings. Our specially trained providers have expertise in the emotional and behavioral needs of people with autism and other developmental disorders. We use evidence-based practices designed to meet each patient's unique needs.

We are incredibly proud of our beautiful new Center and are ready to show it off! Learn more about our expanded services by watching a short introductory video.

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Education Series: The Transition from Youth to Adulthood

Free webinar October 20th presented by Carissa Cavallaro, Julie Claffey, & Jennifer Fricke, Case Managers at GLCOE.

The Three Pillars of our Nationally-Recognized Care Model

At every level of care, we use a team of professionals operating under one roof to achieve the best possible treatment outcomes for each patient. Using a single electronic health record, we manage patient care across all settings:

  • Specialized, inpatient hospital care
  • Partial hospital program
  • Intensive day treatment programs
  • Outpatient clinics

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Our innovative clinical research program taps into the expertise of our faculty and patient population to turn our clinical programs into learning spaces that generate new knowledge. This approach helps us ask better questions about the work we do and better serve our patients through a deeper understanding of autism and other developmental disorders. Current projects focus on:

  • Features of severe autism
  • Sleep disorders and circadian rhythm
  • Emotion regulation
  • Using wearable devices to measure arousal and predict challenging behaviors before they happen.

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We are committed to developing the next generation of specialized care providers for people with autism and developmental disorders. We train professionals in social work, occupational therapy, applied behavior analysis, special education, clinical research and psychiatry. 

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Dr Sipsock

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Join a dedicated team that brings meaning and opportunity to people with autism and other developmental disorders.
Senior Director Colleen Foley-Ingersoll, M.Ed., BCBA

Outstanding Leadership

Our center is staffed by leaders who are among the top professionals in their field, like Senior Director Colleen Foley-Ingersoll, M.Ed., BCBA.
Dr Siegel with a patient

Clinical Research

Our clinical research program generates new knowledge of, and treatments for, people with developmental disorders. Through our unique access to clinical programs at the Glickman Lauder Center of Excellence in Autism and Developmental Disorders we perform innovative studies in real-world settings.

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Maine Behavioral Healthcare Appoints Fellowship-trained Clinician to Lead Nursing Services
Jason Rosenberg, MSN will bring more than 10 years’ experience in nurse leadership to the state’s leading provider of behavioral health services.
Maine Behavioral Healthcare taps experienced professional from the Maine Health Care Association to lead communications
Nadine Grosso will bring more than 20 years’ experience as a health care communications professional to the state’s leading provider of behavioral health services.
Maine Behavioral Healthcare taps Hadjiyane for newly created role of chief operating officer
Formerly the vice president of ambulatory services, she will have responsibility for operations across the organization, including Spring Harbor Hospital.
Rockland Peer Support Center Celebrates Grand Re-Opening June 18th
The Rockland Peer Support Center located at 12 Union Street, Rockland, invites the public to a grand re-opening celebration from 10 am to 3 pm, Saturday, June 18, to raise awareness about the center and the needs of the community it supports.