- Psychological Counseling
- Behavior Modification
- Personality Evaluations
- Marital Counseling
- Intellectual Evaluations
- Vocational Evaluations
What is the Psychological Clinic?
The Psychological Clinic is the training facility operated by the Psychology
Department of the University of South Alabama. In the clinic, graduate
students receive supervised experience while providing psychological
services to the citizens of the Mobile area.
Who provides the services in the Clinic?
Graduate students in psychology provide most of the direct client
services. In all cases, student clinicians are supervised by faculty
members who are Clinical or Counseling Psychologists and are licensed
in the State of Alabama.
Some psychological services are provided directly by licensed Clinical
and Counseling Psychologists.
What kinds of services are offered?
Services offered include psychological testing for both adults and children as well as psychological counseling, marital counseling, behavior modification, and stress management.
What kinds of testing services are offered?
Children are frequently evaluated for possible enrollment in Bright and Gifted programs for determination of specific learning disorders, achievement problems, or emotional difficulties. College students and adults frequently benefit from our Resource Assessment battery of tests which is designed to help individuals in making academic, vocational and personal decisions.
How are appointments made?
In order to schedule an appointment, an individual should call the Clinic at 460-7149. A staff member will then schedule an initial interview. Fees for services are moderate and are established on a sliding scale basis. The Clinic is generally open 8am - 5pm Monday - Friday, and one evening per week.
Are records confidential?
All psychological information is handled in a professional manner in accordance with guidelines of the American Psychological Association. Your records will not be sent to others without a signed release from you.