Center for Clinical Psychology Services
The Center for Clinical Psychology Services is part of the Sheila C. Johnson Center on the ground floor of Bavaro Hall.
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At the Center for Clinical Psychology Services, we offer therapy and psychological assessment services to the community. Services are provided by Clinical and School Psychology doctoral students, who are supervised by licensed psychologists, and by faculty members.
The Center for Clinical Psychology Services does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender orientation, national origin, ancestry, age, relationship status, disability, or other individual characteristics. It is important to us that everyone who seeks services at CCPS is treated in a respectful, culturally informed, and welcoming way.
Parking is available in the R6 lot next to the building, off of Emmet Street. Please park in one of the spaces marked Sheila C. Johnson Clinic, then report to the reception desk to obtain a parking pass. If the Sheila C. Johnson Center spaces are full, park in the Visitor Parking Garage on Emmet Street; the fee is two dollars per hour.
Phone: (434) 924-7034
Fax: (434) 924-4621
Hours of Operation:
Psychotherapy is available for children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families who are coping with a wide range of difficulties. We can assist with a variety of concerns, including:
- Anxiety, depression, and other emotional difficulties
- Couple and family problems
- Stress management
- Behavioral problems
- School problems
A wide range of therapeutic modalities are available, including:
- Marital and Family Systems
We offer a sliding fee scale based on income, and in some cases can bill your insurance company.
For more information regarding our therapy services, please call our Therapy Intake Coordinator, at (434) 924-0788.
Consultation services are also available for individuals, parents, agencies, schools, and businesses. Topics include but are not limited to:
- Multicultural issues
- Culturally responsive practices
- Learning difficulties
- Behavior management
- Parenting skills
- Crisis intervention
- Social and emotional concerns
CCPS offers comprehensive psychological and educational evaluations for children, adolescents, and adults. We conduct individual testing and interviewing to determine intellectual abilities, educational achievement, and social, emotional, and behavioral functioning. We also conduct family interviewing that focuses on child development, family needs, and parenting concerns.
Typical Referral Concerns:
- Cognitive abilities
- Learning disabilities
- Emotional concerns (e.g., depression, anxiety, anger, bipolar)
- Behavioral problems (e.g., oppositional behavior, aggression)
Evaluation results provide information and recommendations about:
- Intellectual functioning
- Educational achievement
- Personality and emotional adjustment
- Treatment options
Comprehensive assessments typically last a full day and are often conducted by an assessment team that includes doctoral students and licensed psychologists. Briefer assessments are conducted when clinically appropriate. Consultation with schools and other professionals regarding evaluation results and recommendations is also provided.
Fees for assessment services are based on the amount of testing and interviewing conducted, and often can be billed to insurance.
The Sheila C. Johnson Center for Human Services (SCJC) in the Curry School of Education seeks applicants for multiple Post-Doctoral Research Associates, beginning in the Summer or Fall 2016. The Center provides integrated multidisciplinary clinical services for individuals of all ages. SCJC incorporates the expertise of licensed professionals with a diverse graduate training program spanning a broad range of clinical specialties. These positions focus on psychological assessment and therapeutic intervention services. The incumbent will be able to develop and strengthen the center's links to other units operating within the integrated clinic and administrative units throughout the University. The incumbent is expected to work collaboratively with other units in the multidisciplinary clinic.
Duties include supervising pre-doctoral graduate students in their assessment work. Assisting with outreach, recruitment, and scheduling of potential clients for the Center. Opportunities for collaboration and professional development may include rotations with pediatric neuropsychology, assessment of autism, and diagnostic testing with the McGuffey Reading Center. Some rotations also include an administrative/intake component. This is a one year appointment renewable for up to two additional years depending on satisfactory performance and funding.
An earned doctorate in Clinical or School Psychology, preferably from an APA accredited doctoral program and internship is required by the start date of the position. Qualified candidates must demonstrate an explicit commitment to evidence-based clinical treatment, and/or have clinical experience that contributes to advancing understanding and outcomes for clients. Preference will be given to candidates with prior experience in varied clinical treatment settings, scholarship, teaching, and in training and supervision of graduate students. Experience may have been gained in a pre-doctoral clinical training program.
We are Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employers. We seek to build a culturally diverse intellectual environment and welcome applications from women, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities.