About the Clinic | Department of Psychology

About the Clinic

Purpose

The Psychology Clinic is a non-profit clinic that serves as a supervised training facility for advanced Ph.D.-level student clinicians. Every trainee is supervised by a licensed psychologist, and all of our clients receive the benefits of a licensed psychologist's supervisory expertise and oversight. Because we are a non-profit training clinic, we can provide clients with professional, confidential psychological services based on a reduced - cost sliding scale. We work with each client individually to determine affordable rates for our services.

Mission

The mission of the Clinic is threefold: Professional and Evidence-Based Training, Scientific Research and Community Service. Professional, competent training in clinical services and research is offered to graduate students in the applied programs of the Department of Psychology. Psychology Clinic services focus on preventative care, comprehensive psychological evaluation, and therapeutic intervention. The University of North Texas Psychology Clinic strives to provide a wide range of contemporary and empirically validated therapeutic intervention strategies and psychological testing measures to meet the needs of each individual client.

Who Provides Services

The Clinic staff is comprised of teams of licensed psychologists and doctoral-level psychology students who provide therapy and psychological testing to adults, adolescents, children, couples and families.

The doctoral-level trainees are students in the APA-accredited Clinical Psychology and Counseling Psychology programs at The University of North Texas. We strive to provide professional, confidential services and referrals to every client.

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