The Psychology Clinic at the University of North Texas was originally founded in 1972 with the purpose of providing professional and evidence-based services and referrals to clients who request them. The UNT Psychology clinic also provides professional and competent training to graduate students in the applied programs of the Department of Psychology.
Coronavirus Response - Updated 8/14/20
We have been closely monitoring the spread of the Coronavirus and governmental recommendations regarding how best to respond to this evolving public health concern. Because the health and safety of our clients and staff are of upmost importance, we have decided to transition primarily to telehealth services (using video conferencing so that you can see and hear your clinician) for the foreseeable future. Although most services are being offered through telehealth, some limited cases may be allowed for in-person appointments with prior approval of the clinic director.
Therapy sessions and assessment services are currently available. If you are interested in assessment or psychotherapy services, please select the "Contact Us" link to the left on this page. Someone will contact you soon to discuss your telehealth options for services.
If you are calling about one of the flyers or notices regarding the rural outreach telepsychology program and you feel you are eligible based on information provided, please mention this in your message.
Our priority at this time remains the continuity of care for our clients, training for our students, and the broader mental health and wellbeing of our community.
Below are some resources …
The MHMR Crisis Hotline Number is: 800.765.0157
During this time of stress and anxiety, we urge everyone to take time to care for themselves, and for one another.
Randall J. Cox, Ph.D., Director Psychology Clinic