The Washington State University Psychology Clinic is contracted by the Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs (WDVA) to participate in their Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and War Trauma Treatment Program (WDVA PTSD Program). We provide outpatient mental health services for all state residents who have served during our nation’s wars. All honorably discharged men and women, wartime veterans and family members, including veterans of WWII, Korea, and the various periods of conflict and peace-keeping operations are eligible for therapy services at no cost.
We are a unique provider for the WDVA PTSD Program because our therapists are clinical psychology doctoral candidates, under direct supervision of licensed Clinical Psychologists. Our Clinic provides assessment services as well as research supported therapies for Washington State resident veterans and their family members, including prolonged exposure therapy and cognitive processing therapy to address post-traumatic stress disorder.