Sarah Ann McCurry

Sarah Ann McCurry is a fourth-year clinical psychology graduate student at The University of Alabama specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of autism spectrum disorders across the lifespan. Her research interests involve the development of early learning processes and implicit learning abilities in children with ASD. Clinically, her interests include the treatment of comorbid anxiety and high functioning autism. She also enjoys working with college students with Asperger’s syndrome as a therapistmentor for The University of Alabama Autism Spectrum Disorders College Transition and Support Program (UA-ACTS) and currently serves as graduate student coordinator for the program as well. McCurry served as a member of the Alabama Autism Collaborative Group and statewide Needs Assessment team.