WSU Psychology Clinic
Who We Are:
The Psychology Clinic provides a low-cost psychological services option for WSU and the surrounding community. The Clinic is a community training facility for students in the Clinical Psychology doctoral training program. All students are supervised by Kansas licensed psychologists. The clinic usually sees between 250-300 people a year.
What We Do:
The clinic offers a broad range of services for children, adolescents, and adults, including:
Individual psychological testing and assessment
individual therapy for those experiencing cognitive, intellectual, emotional, or behavioral problems
Parent skills training and counseling for parent/child relationship issues
The clinic offers therapeutic interventions addressing issues relating to:
Grief and Loss
|Dr. Christina Marvin, a WSU alum, recently took over the position of Clinical Director. She specializes in working with adolescence with suicidal, self-harming, and other high-risk behaviors|
Wichita State University
Room 412, Jabara Hall
Phone No: 316-978-3212
Day and evening appointment times available. The first session (intake fee) is $10 and most clients usually pay between $5-$10 per hour of session but fees are typically based on a sliding scale, depending on income and ability to pay.
We receive and accept referrals from individuals and agencies including: