The Psychology Clinic at the University of Maryland is the primary training forum for doctoral students in the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program in the Department of Psychology and serves the following functions: 1) to provide the highest level of clinical training and supervision by Ph.D.-level Clinical Psychologists; 2) to serve both the University and the larger DC Metro-area community by providing evidence-based assessment and treatment of psychological problems; and 3) to participate in clinical research which strives to improve the quality of available interventions and to inform the scientific community.
The Psychology Clinic offers year-round, sliding-fee scale services for children, adolescents, and adults in the suburban Maryland and greater Washington DC metro area. Services include individual and couples/marital psychotherapy and psychoeducational assessment, such as LD/IQ/ADHD. Specialty services also available are Behavioral Parent Training, Diagnostic Consultation, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), and Behavioral School Consultation. We treat a wide variety of concerns across the lifespan such as: Depression, Anxiety, Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders, Relationship/Interpersonal Problems, Emotional and Behavioral Disorders, and Problems with Stress and Coping. The Psychology Clinic is staffed by Licensed Clinical Psychologists, Clinical Program Faculty Members, and graduate students from the Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology.