About Us

Our clinicians and educators will carefully craft treatment plans and in-home tutoring programs based upon your child’s individual assessment results, leading to a course of action that best fits his or her specific needs.

Welcome to Early Life, Utah’s and California’s state-of-the-art child psychology, education, and special education legal advocacy clinic. We provide psychological assessments for the diagnosis and treatment of disorders that affect the emotional, intellectual, and academic progress of children and teens.

Founded in 2010 by Dr. Frances Thompson, and later joined by Dr. David Judd, our highly trained staff of doctors, educators, and legal professionals offers testing, therapy, and education assistance programs in a collaborative environment that is truly unique to the States of Utah and California. Our wide array of services will help find the underlying issues hindering your child’s development.

Our clinicians and educators will carefully craft treatment plans and in-home tutoring programs based upon your child’s individual assessment results, leading to a course of action that best fits his or her specific needs.

We know each child is unique. One of the biggest problems facing parents and educators is how to reach and teach students who present with learning difficulties, often masked by undiscovered emotional issues. Early Life offers parents a wide array of peer reviewed tools, techniques, and treatments that have showed promising, measurable results with children of all ages.

Early Life knows that you are the expert when it comes to your child. We understand your concerns. We know that the full collaboration between parents, teachers, and tutors is essential to a successful treatment plan, and we have helped hundreds of families overcome the frustrations often associated with child development and academic success.

With the proper assessment, your child’s behavioral issues can be diagnosed. With a well-defined plan, difficulties in school can be overcome. With collaborative teamwork, and utilizing your expertise as a parent, progress can be made. And finally, with the correct treatment, improvement is not only possible, but statistically probable.

Early Life was born out of our own frustrations as parents. We ourselves have dealt with indifferent schools, suspect communication, and a lack of institutional support. We get it. We’ve been there. We know what it takes to help your child. We understand their needs, and we recognize your aggravation. By working together, we can change your child’s path and help secure a brighter future.

Our mission is quite simple… We Help Parents Find Answers.