The KU Psychological Clinic is open for tele-mental (video) health services and have in-person appointments.  We are taking new intakes for therapy and assessment.  Potential clients can call 785-864-4121 or email with a message including your phone number and we will call you back for a free phone intake.  We will be conducting live phone or in-person intakes Mon/Wed/Fri 2:30-4:30 and Tue/Thur 12:30-2:30. We will conduct tele-mental health sessions during regular hours M and F 8-5 and T, W, and Th 8-7. We will have someone retrieving messages from 785-864-4121 on a daily basis and also from We also have staff in the office answering the phone Mon. - Thur. 8-4pm.  The Clinic Director is in office most days 8am-5pm at 785-864-9853 and if you need to reach someone you can also try that number.  


Our current wait for tele-mental health psychotherapy services is approximately 3 months and assessment is 3-4 months but it may be shorter or longer depending on your availability and presenting concerns.

We are setting up many sessions  to occur via video and new clients completing intakes may need to be able to participate in video sessions or may qualify for in-person services.   Please call us at 785-864-4121 during office hours if you need any assistance or have questions.  You are also welcome to call the Director Sarah Kirk at 785-864-9853 or email her at and she will be answering the phone or checking messages and email on a daily basis during business hours M-F.  

We have set up a credit card billing service and also will continue to send monthly bills for services via mail.    We will evaluate your situation and are happy to talk with you and can make adjustments as treatment proceeds.  Please reach out to Sarah Kirk the Director at 785-864-9853 or or simply discuss it with your therapist. We will support you with whatever approach is best for you.


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