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SIU Clinical Center providing over 60 years of training and service to the community

Dear Clients,

We are deeply committed to taking preventative measures to decrease the spread of COVID-19. We want to ensure the health and safety of all clients, clinicians, and staff and have decided to suspend all in-person therapy services as of March 19, 2020. We are currently taking on new clients for psychotherapy. Please note, we are only offering telemental health (video session) services. If you have any questions, please call us at 618-453-2361. You may also email us at clinicalcenter@siu.edu. At this time, we do not know when in person psychotherapy services will resume.

We have recently reinitiated limited psychological assessment services with precautions. For more information about our COVID-19 precautions for assessments, please click here. If you are interested in assessment services, please contact us at 618-453-2361 or clinicalcenter@siu.edu.

Resources for the public in addressing anxiety about COVID-19

https://www.apa.org/helpcenter/pandemics

https://www.apa.org/research/action/speaking-of-psychology/coronavirus-anxiety

Resources for parents when speaking with children and addressing their anxiety about COVID-19

https://www.nasponline.org/resources-and-publications/resources-and-podcasts/school-climate-safety-and-crisis/health-crisis-resources/talking-to-children-about-covid-19-(coronavirus)-a-parent-resource

 

Video/Telehealth Resources for Clients

Zoom Video Instructions for Clients (MP4)

 

Partnering with the community

For the last two years, the Clinical Center has partnered with Jackson County to waive fees for psychological assessments for those who qualify. Additionally, the center often works with DCFS on certain cases, along with receiving assessment and counseling cases by court order.

We commemorate these partnerships and valuable support, while welcoming community members to learn more about the many services available to them.


 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 walks 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

Faculty Practice Plan

If an individual prefers to work with a licensed faculty supervisor, some supervisors participate in our faculty practice plan. Please review faculty profiles and areas of expertise to learn more. The rates for service are different for seeing licensed faculty clinicians. It is important for you to know that we do not bill insurance for these services.  For more information about our Faculty Clinicians and their services, Click Here.

Equal Opportunity Statement

It is the policy of the SIUC Clinical Center to provide equal educational and training opportunities for all qualified students, and clinical services to all persons without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, status as a disabled veteran of the Vietnam era, sexual orientation sexual identity, or marital or family status.