For more information on how to apply to these services, please see our "Application Procedure" page on the left.
Services for Adults
Services for Children and Adolescents
- Psychoeducational Assessment
- Academic Interventions (Reading/Writing or Math)
- Youth Counseling
- Early Childhood Assessments
- Transition Planning
*Scholarships for all of the above services are available based on financial need.
*Admittance is based on a first-come-first-served basis and on the level of need.
Community Clinic Flyer (Academic Year 2017/2018):
One Hour Sessions
|Enrollment Period||Start/End Date||Fee
(Scholarship Available if Eligible)
(ages 6-17 only)
|1x Session/Week Tuesday 5:00pm-6:00PM||Accepting Applications for Spring 2018||2/27/2018 to 4/24/2018||$15/ Session
|Adult/ Individual/ Couple/ Family Counseling
|1x Session/Week Mondays 4:00PM-5:00PM 5:00PM-6:00PM Wednesdays 4:00PM-5:00PM 5:00PM-6:00PM||Accepting Applications for Spring 2018||Mondays 1/29/2018 Wednesdays 1/31/2018||$15/ Session
|Academic Intervention: Reading, Writing, or Math (ages 6-17)||2x Session/Week Monday & Wednesday 5:00PM-6:00PM 6:00PM-7:00PM||Accepting Applicaitons for Fall 2017||10/9/2017-12/4/2017 Parent Conference 12/11/2017||$250
*50% scholarship ($125)
*80% scholarship ($50)
|Psycho-Educational Assessment ( Ages 6-16 only)||1x Session/Week Thursdays 4:00PM-5:30PM||Accepting Applications for Spring 2018||3/15/2018-4/19/2018 Parent Conferences 5/10/2018 & 5/17/2018||$150
*50% scholarship ($75)
*80% scholarship ($30)
|Early Childhood Assessment
(ages 3-6 only) **Offer once per year**
|Saturday 8:30am-11:00am Parent Conference Monday March 2018||Accepting Applications for Spring 2018||March 3, 2018||$35|
|Transitional Planning Clinic (ages 16-22)||1x Session/Week Mondays 4:00PM-5:00PM||Accepting Applications for Spring 2018||4/9/2018-5/7/2018||$50|
|Math Camp||Session 1 3x Session/Week Mon,Wed,Fri 4:30PM-5:30PM 5:30PM-6:30PM
||Closed||Session 1 5/31/2017-6/16/2017 Parent Meeting 6/19/2017
||$150 A non-refundable pre-payment is required (can be refunded in Clinic Credit)|
* A limited number of reduced fees are available based on financial need.
All sessions are one hour long. Admittance is based on a first-come-first-served basis and the level of need. We will begin confirming clients two weeks prior to the first session until all of the spots are filled.
Services NOT Offered
The Community Clinic is a training facility for advanced graduate students in the College of Education. We offer high-quality services that are supervised by our Clinic faculty. However, given that our clinicians are not yet professionals, we are not able to offer services in the following areas:
- Alcohol and Drug Abuse
- Alcohol and Drug Treatment
- Alcohol and Drug Evaluation
- Custody Evaluations
- Medications & Medical Management
- Hospitalization Services & Inpatient Consultation
- Mental Health Diagnoses
- Court Mandated Counseling
- Speech and Language Services
- Testing for Dyslexia
(Please refer to our "Community Resources" tab for other area providers that may be able to address your need in these areas).