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The Clinical Center at Southern Illinois University Carbondale has been part of the Southern Illinois Community since 1958. The Clinical Center serves as a training and research site for various campus departments that train professionals for work in psychological, educational and Speech & Language services. In that training and research capacity we provide a range of services designed to improve the lives of the individuals we serve. Our clients come from many works of life. Some are associated with SIUC; many are not.

Assessments

  • Psychological assessments including learning disability and attention deficit disorder
  • Speech and language assessments (e.g., articulation, phonological development, voice, stuttering, receptive and expressive language, auditory processing, aphasia, cognitive-linguistic, oral-motor, swallowing)
  • Intakes are conducted for all new clients seeking psychological services

Of note, the Clinical Center does NOT provide disability, custody or court assessments.

Counseling/Treatment Interventions

  • Speech & Language treatment (e.g., language, speech, sound production, stuttering, speech reading, aphasia rehabilitation, voice and aural rehabilitation)
  • Individual and group counseling (including child, adolescent and adult)
  • Family and couples counseling
  • Parent training

Group Therapy

Action-Based Skills Group

Beginning Jan 24, 2017
Tuesdays: 5:30-7:00pm
Contact: (618) 453-2361
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Accent Modification Therapy

Contact: (618)453-2361
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Assertiveness Skills Group

Beginning Jan 26, 2017
Thursdays: 5:30-7:00pm
Contact: (618) 453-2361
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Trauma Groups

Thursdays 5:30-7:30pm
Starts February 2, 2017
Contact: (618) 453-2361
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Research Projects/Free Clinical Services:

Faculty members conduct research at the university participating in voluntary and in some cases, providing free treatment opportunities.

Is Your Child Nervous or Sad? Join an 8-week study to examine Computer Activity Trainings (CATs) for decreasing negative thoughts in children between the ages of 8-12 years. Parent-child dyads earn up to $100 in Wal-Mart gift cards and receive symptom reports at study conclusion. In this 8-week study, children and their parent answer questions about thoughts and feelings and complete computer tasks 1x per week in the lab. Children also complete the computer activities 2x per week at home.

In order to determine your child’s eligibility for the study we will need you to fill out an online screening to let you know if your child is eligible for our study. Click here for the survey!

For more information, see our flyer or please call Julia at (618) 453-3572 or email at anxietyresearchlab@siu.edu.

Indiana Psychological Association

Visit indianapsychology.org for quarterly CE webinars and live CE meetings hosted by the Indiana Psychological Association.