The KU Psychological Clinic has been providing low-cost outpatient mental health services to children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families associated with the University of Kansas, the Lawrence community, and the surrounding area since 1952.

It is a training, teaching, and research facility associated with the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Training Program, a part of the University of Kansas Psychology Department.  We offer evidence based practice and our students are trained in the latest empirically supported approaches such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP).  Assessments available for ADHD, Learning Disabilities, psychological disorders and full cognitive and adaptive functioning batteries.

The KU Psychological Clinic is also affiliated with the Child & Family Services Clinic which serves as the training facility for graduate students in the University of Kansas Clinical Child Psychology Program.

Currently a 1 - 2 week wait for psychotherapy and 1 -  2 week wait for assessment services.  We will have new therapists available June 2017 and will have no wait for services the first week in June. Wait times may vary depending on client presentation and therapist availability.  May 22nd - June 2nd you must take Jayhawk Blvd from the North or East to our building and you will turn immediately from Jayhawk Blvd onto Lilac Lane for accessible parking.  Jayhawk Blvd will be closed from the West for two weeks from the West.  You will need a parking pass if you are a client from the community who is not a KU employee or student.  There will be a number of street closures on and around campus this summer and campus will be open because of these closures please consult http://fpd.ku.edu/construction-closures


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