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In response to COVID-19, the UA Psychology Clinic is operating in a limited capacity and therapy services are being conducted remotely (i.e., telepsychology). For evaluations, portions may be conducted in-person, and individuals on the waitlist will be contacted accordingly beginning in early September. The Clinic office and lobby are closed to visitors except by appointment only. Please visit this website again for updates regarding the Clinic’s COVID-19 Implementation Plan, as well as guidelines for attending in-person evaluations. For information on available services, or to be added to the therapy or evaluation waitlist, please call our office at 205-348-5000.

COVID-19 Update

The Psychology Clinic is a non-profit, multi-service center supported by the Department of Psychology and The University of Alabama. It is a mental health center and training clinic for doctoral-level clinical psychology trainees.

Confidential and individualized services with sensitivity to issues of diversity are provided for people of all ages, from preschool through late adulthood.

We are dedicated to providing high quality and affordable psychological services to the University community, Tuscaloosa residents, and people from surrounding counties.

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Clinic Services

Our clinical services are guided by evidence-based practice and research relevant to the client's presenting problems and needs.
specialty clinics

Specialty Clinics

We offer additional services in the areas of disruptive behavior, geropsychology, and child and adolescent anxiety.
Our Staff

Our Staff

Our staff provide expert care in a variety of clinical specialties.