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The Department's Psychological Services Training Center is used as the initial practicum site for our clinical students. The Center is run by the Clinical Science Program. All first- and second-year students train at this Center, which treats adults, adolescents, children, and families from the surrounding community. The Center provides a setting for students to develop clinical skills under the supervision of the faculty and professional staff. The two-course sequences in assessment and in psychotherapy are integrated with the student's practicum experience at the Center. The first year practicum at the PSTC typically involves attendance at case conferences and, in the spring, the conducting of psychological assessments. In the second year, students serve as primary therapists for clinic cases and continue to conduct psychological assessments, under close faculty supervision. Learn more about the clinic here.
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The Clinic is now accepting both in-person and Telehealth patients depending on the needs of the client. Please call 302-831-2717 to find out more about our services. Please leave a message and your call will be returned within 2 business days.
Flexible daytime and evening hours are available by appointment.
o If under 18, call: 1-800-969-HELP (4357)
o If over 18, call: 1-800-652-2929 in New Castle County
o 1-800-345-6785 in Kent/Sussex Counties
o Text: DE to 741741 for the Crisis Text Line
o Call: 1-800-273-TALK (8255) to Nat'l Suicide Prevention Lifeline