Emory Neurodevelopment and Exposure Clinic (ENEC)

The Emory Neurodevelopment and Exposure Clinic (ENEC) was established to serve children with prenatal exposure to alcohol, drugs, or other substances.  As part of the Division of Child, Adolescent and Young Adult Psychiatry, we provide differential diagnosis of effects of prenatal exposure, referrals and consults, and behavioral and educational intervention with children and families. ENEC is the only multidisciplinary center of its kind in the Southeast.  We were formerly known as the Fetal Alcohol and Drug Exposure Clinic.

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Who We Serve

The clinic serves children from birth through 21 years with a history of prenatal exposure to alcohol, drugs, and other substances.  Staff members evaluate and treat problems related to development or developmental delay, behavior problems, educational issues or school problems, and transition to adulthood issues.  We accept all forms of Medicaid and some private insurance; please check with the patient care coordinator about specific insurance plans.


When a child is exposed to alcohol, illegal drugs or prescription medications, the child’s physical and intellectual development can be affected. ENEC is the only multidisciplinary center treating children with effects of exposure in the Southeast. At ENEC, children are assessed by specialists in several different fields such as psychology, education, and pediatrics. The staff then confers about the diagnosis and makes recommendations for the child. Families are invited back to the clinic after the evaluation so they can discuss results and recommendations provided by the team.

  • Neurodevelopmental and psychological testing of children from infancy through adolescence
  • Educational consultation, testing, and cognitive rehabilitation with Special Education
  • Medical and genetic evaluations
  • Therapy and interventions including parent coaching and behavior management
  • Medications review and management

Making an Appointment

Please contact the Patient Care Coordinator to schedule an appointment.  She can be contacted at 404-712-9810. Here are the steps in making an appointment:

  • Complete an Intake Interview with the Patient Care Coordinator over the phone.
  • She will send you a New Patient Packet via email or regular mail.
  • Send in completed packet along with Guardianship papers.
  • When paperwork is received, the appointment will be made.


The ENEC treatment team includes professionals with training and experience with problems occurring as a result of prenatal exposures.  We also have a number of students and medical residents working with us to increase their knowledge of effects of prenatal exposures and to enhance their training experience.
Claire D. Coles, Ph.D
Professor and Director
ENEC Clinic
Julie Kable, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor and Assistant Director
ENEC Clinic
Molly Millians, Ed.D.
Education Specialist


Address:  12 Executive Park Drive, Atlanta, GA 30329, 2nd floor, Suite 200

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Executive Park




Hours: 9-5 Monday through Friday


The ENEC clinic is supported by a contract with the State of Georgia, Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD), to provide services for Medicaid eligible individuals.