The WSU Psychology Clinic is a community mental health service and clinical training program for doctoral students completing their Ph.D. in clinical psychology.
Individuals with Cognitive Disabilities
- Diagnostic identification of adult learning disabilities, ADHD, and other cognitive disorders that impede academic and/or work success.
- Remediation strategies and training for improved academic and work success.
- Clinical documentation of neurological disorders for client access to disability services.
Individuals with Mental Health Disorders
- Quality, affordable psychotherapy services for the Palouse community.
- Differential diagnosis of mental disorders that impede academic and/or work success.
- Psychological assessment to inform pharmacological and psychotherapy treatment.
- Treatment planning that promotes self-empowerment and change.
- Clinical documentation of mental disorders for accessing disability services.
- Empirically supported treatments for a broad spectrum of mental health disorders.
- Specialization in the treatment of eating disorders, personality disorders, and behavioral medicine.
- Research and treatment for depression.
- Cutting-edge clinical training for doctoral students completing a Ph.D. in WSU’s APA-accredited clinical psychology graduate program.
- Commitment to the highest ethical standards in conducting assessment and psychotherapy.
- Child clinical track under the direct supervision of a pediatric psychologist.
- Adult clinical track under the direct supervision of licensed clinical psychologists.