Psychological Clinic

For a printable version of the information on this page, download our brochure here!

About the Clinic

The University of Arkansas Psychological Clinic is the training and research facility of the Department of Psychological Science’s Clinical Psychology Doctoral Training Program, which is accredited by the American Psychological Association.

The Psychological Clinic works with various community organizations, such as the Department of Human Services, Women’s Shelter, Juvenile Court System, Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), private physicians, schools, and other service providers working within the legal and health care delivery systems of Northwest Arkansas.

About the Clinicians

The Clinic is staffed by trainees enrolled in the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Training Program at the University of Arkansas.  Trainees are closely supervised by licensed Clinical Psychologists.

Services Available

The Psychological Clinic provides evidence-based* services to adults, adolescents, and children. Available services include, but are not limited to:


  • Individual
  • Couple/Marital
  • Family
  • Group

Psychological Evaluation

  • Intellectual
  • Educational
  • Developmental
  • Personality
  • Psychosocial

Skills Training

  • Stress management
  • Assertiveness training
  • Parenting skills training

Problems and/or Concerns

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Anger & hostility
  • Stress, phobias, panic attacks
  • Tension & migraine headaches
  • Interpersonal relationship difficulties
  • Psychological, physical, & sexual abuse
  • Marital and/or family conflict
  • Academic performance
  • Identity issues
  • Life changes
  • Grief & loss
  • Dating
*Evidence-based practice utilizes the most current and effective approaches for assessment and treatment of psychological problems as supported by scientific research findings.

Internet-based Services

Some individuals experience barriers that make it difficult to attend regular in-person appointments.  To address such barriers, clients may be approved to receive services at home over the internet (using a secure web-conferencing program). If you are interested in learning more, please ask about internet based sevices when you contact the clinic.

Getting Started

Call to schedule an Intake Interview with the clinic secretary. 

Intake Interview appointment

  • What happens?
    • o Interviewer will gather information about the client and the experiences and feelings that have brought them to the clinic.
    • o Interviewer answers any client questions and explains clinic policies and procedures.
  • Purpose?
    • o Help determine what services will best serve the client

The clinician assigned to the case will then contact the client to set up the first appointment.

When a minor (a person under 18 years of age) is referred to the Clinic, the client’s parent or legal guardian must accompany the client to the intake appointment to sign consent forms.

To set up an appointment, or obtain additional information about available services, please call (479) 575-4258 during the hours listed below.


Clinic is open (Academic year):

  • 8:30 - 5:00 Monday and Friday
  • 8:30 - 7:00 Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday

Appointments are available (Academic year):

  • 8:30 - 3:30 Monday and Friday
  • 8:30 - 5:30 Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday

Inclement weather and Clinic closings:

The Clinic operates in accordance with the University’s inclement weather decisions. Therefore, if the University closes or is on a delay, the Psychological Clinic will be as well. There are multiple sources available to determine if we are on a delay or closed:

  • The University’s web page will post delays and closings
  • If you’re a student/faculty/staff of UofA, you can get alerted through the RazALERT emergency communications system
  • Local and regional media outlets (e.g., TV, radio)

The Clinic will also close based on the University’s holiday schedule. For more information on the University’s policies and procedure, including the holiday schedule and inclement weather, please follow this link:



For UofA Students

  • Psychotherapy
    • $500 per 50-minute session
  • Specialized Evaluations
    • Reduced fixed rates depending on the evaluation requested and the tests utilized. 
    • Most evaluations include multiple tests and range from $30000-45000


Fees for Community Clients

  • Psychotherapy
    • $1500-8000 per 50-minute session
    • Rates based on a sliding scale, and determined by annual income and number of dependents.
  • Specialized Evaluations
    • Reduced fixed rates depending on the evaluation requested and the tests utilized. 
    • Most evaluations include multiple tests and range from $30000-45000


Where to Find Us

111 Memorial Hall
University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, AR 72701
(479) 575-4258

At the corner of Maple Street and Leverett Avenue (GPS Address: 801 W. Maple St.)



 Reserved parking available for non-student clients behind Memorial Hall. Enter from Maple Street.


Three additional reserved parking permits are available after 5pm for lots 31, 32, 33, 35, & 38.

 For reserved parking permits, see clinic administrative staff.