Psychotherapy Services

Fear and Anxiety Disorders Clinic:

Psychological evaluation and treatment for problems such as panic symptoms, anxiety, social phobia, excessive worrying, and disturbing thoughts is available for both adults and children.  Website  

Health Psychology: 

Psychological evaluation and treatment for sleep difficulties, chronic pain, obesity, smoking cessation, infertility, coping with chronic illness and stress management.


Children and adults can receive therapy designed especially for problems with depression. Loss of interest, troubled sleep, and feelings of emptiness and loneliness are some of the signs associated with depression.

Child/Adolescent Treatment Services:

Specialty treatment services are available for children, adolescents, and their families. To learn more about services for children and adolescents offered through our clinic, please visit the Child and Adolescent Services page.

Neuropsychological and Psychological Assessment:

Assessments for learning disabilities, academic giftedness, memory, attention and other cognitive complaints, epilepsy, cognitive problems in head injury, effects of medication on cognition, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, or other psychological or memory difficulties in children and adults.

  • Formulation of differential diagnoses
  • Descriptions of the extent and quality of cognitive, emotional, and/or motor dysfunction
  • Brain injury
  • Provision of estimates of baseline or premorbid levels of cognitive functioning, and recommendations for educational, vocational, and rehabilitation planning

Forensic Neuropsychology:

Assessments for disability determination, personal injury, competency, criminal matters. Includes evaluation, deposition and testimony

Services not provided:

  • after hours emergency appointments
  • psychiatric medications
  • medical supervision
  • chemical dependency treatment programs
  • child custody evaluations

The Clinical and Health Psychology Clinic is not able to provide emergency services or psychiatric medications. Individuals, who because of psychiatric difficulties need substantial case management, on-going medication adjustments, and/or emergency clinician access, are generally not appropriate for a training clinic. Such clients may be seen at the clinic when their situation is more stable