The Community Psychology Clinic at A&M-Commerce is a full-service clinic staffed by student-clinicians under the supervision of licensed psychologists. Our services include school accommodations, testing, group therapy and counseling/psychotherapy for a range of emotional and behavioral issues experienced by children, adults, couples and families.
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Our services include counseling, assessments and treatments for the following:
Abuse and trauma
Stress and coping
Social skills development
LGBTQ and sexuality issues
Health and wellness
Attention Deficit Disorder
Parenting skills and training
Traumatic Brain Injury
Intellectual and cognitive abilities
We are unable to provide the following services:
On-site psychiatric evaluations or medication management
Child custody evaluations or psychological evaluations in cases involving litigation
The clinic is not a crisis center and not equipped to meet the needs of individuals who require 24-hour support. If the clinic is not able to meet an individual’s needs, she/he will be referred to a treatment center better able to assist her/him.
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We strive to complete all assessments in one day. However, complex cases or cases that require significant testing may require a second visit. Our aim is to be timely in our report writing and results. With this in mind, once the report has been completed and approved by the supervisor. The student clinician will make an appointment with you to review your results.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Where is the Community Clinic on campus?
The clinic is not accessible from the Binnion Hall entrance on Education Drive. To enter the clinic, enter our building where Henderson Hall (B19) and Binnion Hall (B5) are joined together off of Monroe & Lee Street. There are sliding glass doors at that entrance next to the back of the Campus Police Department. When you enter the sliding door go to the right and the BN 101, waiting room, will be on the left.