Counseling and School Psychology Clinic

The mission of the Counseling and School Psychology Clinic is to improve educational, social, emotional, and behavioral functioning and interactions of individuals, families, groups and counseling/therapy, consultation, and education.

The Counseling and School Psychology Clinic conducts psychological and educational evaluations of children and youth to address referral questions from parents/caregivers and or schools. In addition, clinic therapists provide individual child and adult therapy to address a wide range of referral concerns.

Assessment domains include intellectual and cognitive functioning, academic functioning, socioemotional and behavioral functioning, adaptive behavior, ecological/setting assessment, and instructional assessment, depending on the referral questions. Assessments will include multiple approaches, multiple measures, multiple information sources (child, parents, teachers), and multiple contexts (home, school, clinic).

The Clinic serves as an education and training site (in research, teaching/supervision, and outreach) for graduate students in the School and Counseling Psychology programs Department of Educational Psychology.

Graduate students provide services under the direct supervision of program faculty and clinical associates as part of practicum courses and experiences, as well as supervised assistantships. Services are provided in the Clinic and in the schools and communities where clients and consultees are working and living.

Faculty and graduate students collaborate on applied research that advances the knowledge of service delivery and the functioning of individuals, families, groups and systems. Such research may also involve multidisciplinary and collaborative research partnerships with professionals throughout the college and university, and in schools and communities.


Please arrive 10 minutes before your first scheduled appointment in order to complete paperwork.

Directions:
Drive west on Vine street toward the UNL campus and the football stadium. As you pass 16th street, you will immediately pass two fraternity houses on your right. After the second fraternity house, you will turn right into a small alley (this is in the middle of the block). If you come down to 14th street, you have gone too far.

Follow the alley down the hill. Turn left. The last five parking spaces at the end of the narrow lot are for the clinic and have C&SP signs on them.

Walk into the small courtyard and there you will see a sign for the clinic. If you enter the clinic from inside the building, it is room 50.
Contact Information

Counseling and School Psychology Clinic
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Educational Psychology
49 Teachers College Hall
Lincoln, NE 68588-0345
Ph: (402) 472-1152
Fx: (402) 472-5889