Psychotherapy Services Offered at U of A's Psychological Clinic
The clinic offers therapy services for students, adults, couples and families on a sliding scale (i.e., fees are set based on household income.) It also offers telehealth services where you can receive therapy from your home via the internet.
For students and adults, the clinic provides weekly individual psychotherapy focused on a range of issues, including mood (depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder), dealing with trauma, interpersonal/relationship issues, eating problems, problems with impulsive behaviors, and more.
The clinic also offers services for families of children with a range of concerns, including treatment for young children (ages 2-7 years) with aggressive and defiant behaviors, and youth (ages 3-17 years) who have experienced a trauma or have other mood concerns (anxiety, depression, etc.).
Please visit the clinic website for more information or call 479-575-4258 to set up an intake appointment.
Jennifer Celene Veilleux, associate professor
Department of Psychological Science
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