Clinics

 

MISSION

The Marshall University Psychology Clinics were established by the Department of Psychology to serve as a training facilities for advanced graduate students enrolled in various clinical psychology programs at the university.  Our mission, along with providing excellent training opportunities for our students, is to provide high quality, low cost, confidential  psychological services to individuals on the campus and from the local community.  We especially focus on rural and under-served populations in the region.

The student clinicians are graduate students in the Marshall University Clinical Psychology doctoral (PsyD) program and the clinical Master’s degree program.  Student clinicians provide services under the supervision of qualified clinical faculty selected by the Department of Psychology to fulfill supervisory and teaching functions.

We maintain two training clinics in the region.  Please Note:  If you have an emergency, you need to go to the nearest hospital or dial 9-1-1 for immediate assistance.

If you would like to make an appointment please call one of the numbers below or click on one of the following links for information.

Psychology Department * Marshall University * One John Marshall Drive * Huntington, WV  25755
PHONE:  304-696-6446 * FAX:  304-696-2784 * EMAIL: psych@marshall.edu

 

Department Announcements

Attention: The deadline for application to the PsyD program is December 1 for priority consideration. All materials must be received by this date. Please make sure you allow enough time for materials to travel through the postal system and arrive by this date.

Quote

“Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves.”

Carl Gustav Jung (Swiss psychiatrist, Psychologist and Founder of the Analytic Psychology, 1875-1961)