Christina Sullivan, MSW, LCSW, ADHD-CCSP, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, ADHD Certified Clinical Services Provider and Qualified Supervisor. She has specialized experience working with children, adolescents and teens with social and developmental delays, including ADHD, autism spectrum, Asperger’s and children with other various social, emotional and behavioral challenges. For the past 21 years, she has served children in schools, hospitals and in the foster care system who have struggled with mild to severe mental health issues. Ms. Sullivan worked for the Miami-Dade County Public Schools as a District Clinical Social Worker until August 2013. During her time at MDCPS, her role was focused on providing clinical and behavioral support to students with autism spectrum and emotional disorders, as well as consultation and training to district and school staff serving those students.
Ms. Sullivan utilizes a multi-disciplinary and comprehensive approach when working with children and their families and provides school observations and consultation, individual and group therapy. Ms. Sullivan is also a certified child and adult yoga teacher and has mindfulness training, which she utilizes in her work with clients. She provides Executive Functioning skills coaching and parent training. As a result of witnessing many kids struggle with anxiety, depression and sensory overload in traditional academic settings, Ms. Sullivan co-founded the learning center, Evolve Learning Community in central Broward where she is the Clinical Director. She has been a lead clinician for the Social Understanding and Relationships Fundamentals (SURF)/Social Skills groups and developed and led the intensive social skills summer camps out of the Aventura and Broward offices. Ms. Sullivan has worked closely with public and private schools and has presented on numerous topics and has published articles on topics of social skills, Executive Functioning skills and school safety issues for children with special needs. In addition to her clinical work, Ms. Sullivan provides supervision to Master’s level students from Barry University and advanced doctoral students at Nova Southeastern University’s Center for Psychological Studies. Ms. Sullivan is a member of the National Association of Social Workers and the Autism Society. She works out of the Weston office.