What services are provided at the Psychology Clinic?
The UA Department of Psychology clinical training program places great value on the scientist-practitioner model of education and training. Therefore, clinical services provided within the Clinic are derived from and driven by evidence-based practice. In other words, services are guided by research findings relevant to the client’s presenting problems and needs.
The Psychology Clinic provides thorough psychological evaluations to assist clients and their families in understanding cognitive or intellectual functioning, educational needs, and personality and emotional factors. Evaluations provide insight into individual needs and include recommendations to assist in addressing problems or needs.
Therapy and Treatment
The clinic provides psychological treatment and counseling to address the social, emotional, psychological, and behavioral needs of yourself or loved ones. Play therapy is also an option for younger children. Treatment is provided in a setting that ensures confidentiality is maintained. Therapy or counseling is available to individuals, families, couples, and groups.
We provide both short-term treatments for situational difficulties as well as lengthier therapy for working through longer-standing concerns such as depression, anxiety, trauma, and maladaptive behaviors. Treatment is provided from a range of theoretical orientations including cognitive-behavioral, humanistic, existential, interpersonal, systemic, integrative, and psychodynamic. Clients and therapists work together to find helpful ways to understand and improve the client’s psychological functioning.
The Psychology Clinic provides treatment and evaluations for the following:
- Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
- Anger Management
- Learning Problems
- Stress Management / Situational Distress
- Social Problems
- Relationship Problems
- Helping the Aging
- Disruptive Behavior Disorders
- Developmental Delays
- Intellectual Disability
- Sexual Problems
- Personality Assessment
- Memory Impairment
- Cognitive Decline
- People who just feel like they need help or someone to talk to about concerns
Specialty ClinicsWe offer additional services in the areas of disruptive behavior, geropsychology, and child and adolescent anxiety.
Consultation and Education
The clinic can provide consultation services to schools, agencies, and businesses that need assistance addressing or understanding mental health issues.
The Psychology Clinic provides services at a cost that is typically adjusted according to your ability to pay. A sliding scale is offered, meaning that we consider your ability to pay when establishing a fee. UA students are extended an affordable fee for evaluations and treatment.
For information about the cost for services, please contact the Clinic at (205) 348-5000.
Our Clinic offers appointments during daytime and evening hours. To discuss what treatment or evaluation opportunities are available, or to schedule an appointment, contact the Clinic at (205) 348-5000.
Other Available Services
The Psychology Clinic offers consultation and training to schools, businesses, and organizations. We have experts who can offer free training on a wide range of topics related to psychology or mental health. Please contact the Clinic for more information regarding how to access these services.