Comprehensive. Low Cost.
The Clinical Services Center provides comprehensive psychoeducational evaluations for individuals on campus and in the community. Advanced graduate student clinicians in school psychology work with faculty supervision to conduct a customized assessment aimed at answering questions about learning, attention, and other life functions.
Our services are designed to provide answers and information related to academic concerns for K-12 students. Referrals to the clinic include: cognitive, academic, behavioral, social-emotional, adaptive (life skills), social-pragmatic (autism), attention/focus, and processing performance issues.
College and Adult Services
College student and adults returning to post-secondary education may find themselves struggling to learn, focus or adequately function in order to meet life goals, such as continuing education to support a career change. Referrals from college disability service centers are common.
A minimum of three visits (in-person and/or via telehealth) to the Clinical Services Center are typically required to complete a comprehensive psychoeducational assessment. The progress includes an intake interview, customized assessment sessions (cognitive, academic, social-emotional, etc.), and a feedback-exist session to share your report and explain results.
Cost and Scheduling
Services are provided at a low cost without the need for insurance. Sessions are available on Wednesday, Thursday, and Fridays, with services provided September to May (services are not available during the summer).