In light of the coronavirus concerns and changes in UNCG’s operations, we have decided to suspend all services at the UNCG Psychology Clinic during the week of March 16 – March 20. During that time we will be evaluating our capacity to continue to provide services to the community in remote ways. We will also be monitoring the coronavirus situation as it develops in order to determine how to proceed in a way that balances our concerns about both your mental health and physical safety. Clinic staff will contact you when we are able to schedule another appointment with you.
Who Are We?
The UNCG Psychology Clinic at the University of North Carolina Greensboro is an outpatient mental health center operated by UNCG’s Department of Psychology. The Psychology Clinic is a nonprofit organization and is pleased to have offered quality, professional, and affordable psychological services to the community for over 40 years.
How Can We Help?
The psychological services provided at the UNCG Psychology Clinic include individual and group therapy for children, families, and adults. We provide comprehensive psychological evaluations for a variety of cognitive, educational, emotional, and behavioral difficulties in children and adults.
How Are We Different?
We train graduate students seeking a Ph.D. in Clinic Psychology. Our providers are graduate students under the supervision of licensed psychologists and health service providers in North Carolina. The supervision in our clinic consists of digital recording of sessions and close monitoring of service to ensure we are providing the highest quality of care to our clients.