The USA Psychology Clinic is currently only offering tele-mental health services and is closed to in-person services. If you would like to apply for counseling to be offered via tele-mental health (Zoom or phone) or are in need of an evaluation please apply here. Please read the following information before completing your application.
Other Local Resources: AltaPointe (251) 450-2211, LifeLines (251) 692-0909
If you feel unsafe or are in crisis, call 911 or go to your local emergency room. Another option is to call a suicide hotline, such as the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at (800) 273-TALK (8255).
The USA Psychology Clinic requires an application for all services. All applications go into an applicant pool, and applications are selected based on the needs of our training clinic.
An assistant director may contact you, after reviewing your application, to learn more about your needs and goals and to be certain that our clinic is a good fit for you. All applications remain active for a period of six months. At the time of your application, we suggest you also contact local resources if you are in immediate need.
Local Resources: AltaPointe (251) 450-2211, LifeLines (251) 692-0909
Important information about our clinic:
The USA Psychology is a training clinic for advanced graduate students in the USA Clinical and Counseling Doctoral Program. We cannot guarantee an appointment to any applicant. Applications are selected based on graduate clinician training needs and supervisors expertise.
We do not offer 24/7 crisis services at our clinic. If you feel unsafe, call 911 or go to your local emergency room. Another option is to call a suicide hotline, such as the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at (800) 273-TALK (8255).
If you are a USA student and in crisis, University Counseling and Testing Services offers walk-in crisis services during weekday business hours (8 a.m. to 5:00 p.m, Alpha Hall East, Room 326) or call 460-7051. During non-business hours, contact the University Police at (251) 460-6312 and they will notify the on-call counselor as appropriate.
Important information about your application:
Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. All applications are kept confidential.
- A legal guardian to complete the application for any minors under the age of 14 years, and attend the initial session with the minor
- A contact name for the doctor or agency if you were referred to the Psychology Clinic
- Your deadline for services, if applicable
We are not currently accepting:
- Applications for psychological evaluations for custody, legal proceedings, fitness for duty, or competency
- Requests for medications management and/or prescribing medications
Applications will be reviewed for fit with available clinicians/supervisors and kept open for a period of six months. Due to the nature of a training clinic, not all applications will be accepted for services.
To be considered for services in our clinic please click “Apply Online” below. The following screens will take you to an application based on your (or your child’s) age. The application asks many questions about your (or your child’s) life, needs, and current difficulties. This information helps us understand your need, match you with an appropriate provider, and plan the services.
The USA Psychology Clinic is a training clinic and offers very low fees for services. You will be asked about your monthly income on the application, and tax returns will be requested to process any fee reductions. It is important to remember that:
- We only accept applications with all forms completed
- We do not review applications immediately
- Not all applications will be selected for services
Download Application Forms
Application forms require Adobe Reader. We do not accept applications via e-mail. Please mail, fax or deliver all paper applications to the USA Psychology Clinic. If you are unable to complete the application online, please call us at 460-7149 to schedule a meeting with an available clinician.