Therapist / Mental Health Clinic

University of Southern Mississippi Behavioral Health Clinic

University of Southern Mississippi Behavioral Health Clinic


Fritzsche-Gibbs Hall (Rm. 201), 118 College Drive Box #5025, Hattiesburg, MS 39406
University of Southern Mississippi Behavioral Health Clinic
Can This Service Be Accessed Virtually / Remotely?:
Yes
Service Description:
The USM BHC provides services for children, adolescents, and adults. We are able to do group and individual therapy via telehealth, as well as psychological assessments, with clients in Mississippi. We operate on a sliding scale based on income and most services are low-cost. Providers are doctoral students in psychology who are supervised by licensed psychologist faculty members.
Insurance:
No insurance needed
Always Free?:
No
Financial Aid:
Sliding Scale
Service Focus:
Various Concerns, Anxiety, Attention Problems, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Depression
Research-Supported Treatments:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Motivational Interviewing
Medication Management Services?:
No
Age Groups Served:
Adults, Seniors / Older Adults, Young Adults, Adolescents / Teens, Children
Specialized Services for Gender Groups:
Currently Unknown
Racial / Ethnic Groups Served:
Currently Unknown
Specialized Services for LGBTQ+:
Currently Unknown
Special Services For:
Parents
Language:
English
Access:
Deaf or Hard of hearing, Visually Impaired, Physically Disabled
Waitlist?:
Yes there is a waitlist
Licensed Providers?:
Yes
Eligible States:
Mississippi
Business Hours:
Hours listed on website
UMBC Psychology Training Clinic

UMBC Psychology Training Clinic


1450 S. Rolling Rd., Halethorpe MD 21228
UMBC
Can This Service Be Accessed Virtually / Remotely?:
Yes
Service Description:
The clinic provides evidence-based treatment for behavioral health issues, including individual and group therapy for anxiety, depression, substance use, health challenges, relationship and family issues, and other types of mental and emotional health challenges. Fees are on a sliding scale and designed to make treatment affordable.
Insurance:
No insurance needed
Always Free?:
No
Financial Aid:
Currently Unknown
Service Focus:
Various Concerns, Anxiety, Co-occurring Mental and Substance Use Disorders, Depression, Managing Medical Conditions (e.g., chronic pain, sleep problems), Sexual Abuse/Assault, Stress, Trauma
Research-Supported Treatments:
Currently Unknown
Medication Management Services?:
No
Age Groups Served:
Adults, Seniors / Older Adults, Young Adults
Specialized Services for Gender Groups:
Currently Unknown
Racial / Ethnic Groups Served:
Currently Unknown
Specialized Services for LGBTQ+:
Currently Unknown
Special Services For:
Not applicable
Language:
English
Access:
Visually Impaired, Physically Disabled
Waitlist?:
Yes there is a waitlist
Licensed Providers?:
Yes
Eligible States:
Maryland
University of Wyoming Psychology Clinic

University of Wyoming Psychology Clinic


Department of Psychology, 1000 E University Ave., Dept. 3415, Laramie, WY 82071
University of Wyoming
Can This Service Be Accessed Virtually / Remotely?:
Yes
Service Description:
The mission of the Psychology Clinic is to provide affordable, quality mental health care to the campus community and area residents. As a training clinic for the Clinical Psychology Doctoral program at the University of Wyoming, all assessments and treatment at The Psychology Clinic are conducted by graduate student therapists under the direct supervision of a licensed clinical psychologist. The Faculty/Psychologists in the Psychology Clinic embrace an integrated care model that promotes collaboration with the client and other health professionals who are involved in the client’s care. Therapists specialize in the use of empirically supported treatments that have been developed based on psychological science.
Insurance:
No insurance needed
Always Free?:
No
Financial Aid:
Sliding Scale
Service Focus:
Various Concerns, Addiction / Substance Misuse, Anxiety, Co-occurring Mental and Substance Use Disorders, Depression, Domestic Violence, Eating Disorders, Managing Medical Conditions (e.g., chronic pain, sleep problems), Sexual Abuse/Assault, Stress, Suicide
Research-Supported Treatments:
Currently Unknown
Medication Management Services?:
No
Age Groups Served:
Adults, Seniors / Older Adults, Young Adults, Adolescents / Teens, Children
Specialized Services for Gender Groups:
Currently Unknown
Racial / Ethnic Groups Served:
Currently Unknown
Specialized Services for LGBTQ+:
Currently Unknown
Special Services For:
Parents
Language:
English
Access:
Visually Impaired, Physically Disabled
Waitlist?:
Yes there is a waitlist
Licensed Providers?:
Yes
Eligible States:
Wyoming
University of Southern California Psychology Services Center (USC PSC)

University of Southern California Psychology Services Center (USC PSC)


3620 McClintock Ave, Los Angeles, CA
University of Southern California Psychology Services Center
Can This Service Be Accessed Virtually / Remotely?:
Yes
Service Description:
The PSC serves as a teaching clinic for USC doctoral students earning their Ph.D. in clinical psychology. Services are typically provided through a team approach in which students work closely with a supervisor who is a Ph.D. psychologist—either a faculty member in our program or a clinical associate. The PSC provides a wide-range of assessment and therapy services. An important aim of our center is providing culturally sensitive and affirming services in a safe environment for all of our clients.
Insurance:
No insurance needed
Always Free?:
No
Financial Aid:
Currently Unknown
Service Focus:
Addiction / Substance Misuse, Anxiety, Co-occurring Mental and Substance Use Disorders, Coping with COVID-19, Coping with Mental Health of Others, Coping with Natural Disasters, Depression, Disruptive Behavior and/or Conduct Problems, Parenting, Stress
Research-Supported Treatments:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Medication Management Services?:
No
Age Groups Served:
Adults, Seniors / Older Adults, Young Adults, Adolescents / Teens, Children
Specialized Services for Gender Groups:
Currently Unknown
Racial / Ethnic Groups Served:
Currently Unknown
Specialized Services for LGBTQ+:
Currently Unknown
Special Services For:
Parents
Language:
English
Access:
Currently Unknown
Waitlist?:
Yes there is a waitlist
Licensed Providers?:
Yes
Eligible States:
California
Under the Rainbow Children’s Outpatient Mental Health Services

Under the Rainbow Children’s Outpatient Mental Health Services


Mount Sinai Children’s Hospital, 1500 S. Fairfield Ave., 5th Floor, Chicago, IL 60608
Sinai Health System
Can This Service Be Accessed Virtually / Remotely?:
Yes
Service Description:
Under the Rainbow evaluates and treats most children and adolescents for mental and behavioral health disorders. There are specialized programs for youth who have experienced abuse, neglect, and other traumas. Services include individual, family, and group therapies, social skills groups, case management, and psychiatry. Specialized crisis intervention services, including mobile emergency screening, assessment, and supportive services (SASS), are available 24/7 for youth in crisis.

These community services are comprehensive and evidence-based. Youth services include:

Individual and family therapy
Multi-family group therapy
Therapy groups for children and teens
Social skills groups
Parenting groups
Parent support groups
Psychiatry
Insurance:
No insurance needed, Medicaid / Public Insurance, Private insurance
Always Free?:
Yes
Financial Aid:
Sliding Scale
Service Focus:
Various Concerns, Addiction / Substance Misuse, Anxiety, Attention Problems, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Child Abuse or Neglect, Co-occurring Mental and Substance Use Disorders, Coping with COVID-19, Coping with Mental Health of Others, Coping with Natural Disasters, Coping with Race Related Stress / Trauma, Crime Victimization, Crisis Support, Depression, Disruptive Behavior and/or Conduct Problems, Domestic Violence, Eating Disorders, Gender-Based Harassment, Grief / Bereavement, Managing Medical Conditions (e.g., chronic pain, sleep problems), Parenting, Relationship Difficulties, Serious Mental Illness, Sexual Abuse/Assault, Stress, Suicide, Trauma, Weight Management
Medication Management Services?:
Yes
Age Groups Served:
Adolescents / Teens, Children
Specialized Services for Gender Groups:
Currently Unknown
Racial / Ethnic Groups Served:
Currently Unknown
Specialized Services for LGBTQ+:
Currently Unknown
Special Services For:
Parents
Language:
English, Spanish
Access:
Visually Impaired, Physically Disabled
Waitlist?:
Yes there is a waitlist
Licensed Providers?:
Yes
Eligible States:
Illinois
Business Hours:
M-Th 8:30am-7:00pm, F 8:30am-6:00pm
Date Last Updated:
04/27/21
University of Arkansas Psychological Clinic

University of Arkansas Psychological Clinic


801-857 W Maple St, Fayetteville, AR 72701
University of Arkansas Psychological Clinic
Can This Service Be Accessed Virtually / Remotely?:
Yes
Service Description:
The Psychological Clinic works with 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. 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. The Psychological Clinic provides evidence-based* services to adults, adolescents, and children. 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 services when you contact the clinic.
Insurance:
No insurance needed
Always Free?:
No
Financial Aid:
Sliding Scale
Service Focus:
Various Concerns, Addiction / Substance Misuse, Anxiety, Attention Problems, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Child Abuse or Neglect, Co-occurring Mental and Substance Use Disorders, Coping with COVID-19, Coping with Mental Health of Others, Coping with Natural Disasters, Coping with Race Related Stress / Trauma, Crime Victimization, Crisis Support, Depression, Disruptive Behavior and/or Conduct Problems, Gender-Based Harassment, Grief / Bereavement, Managing Medical Conditions (e.g., chronic pain, sleep problems), Parenting, Relationship Difficulties, Serious Mental Illness, Sexual Abuse/Assault, Stress, Suicide, Trauma
Research-Supported Treatments:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Interpersonal Psychotherapy, Prolonged Exposure, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Exposure and Response Prevention, Mindfulness, Motivational Interviewing, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy
Medication Management Services?:
No
Age Groups Served:
Adults, Seniors / Older Adults, Young Adults, Adolescents / Teens, Children
Specialized Services for Gender Groups:
No specialized services
Racial / Ethnic Groups Served:
No specialized services
Specialized Services for LGBTQ+:
No specialized services
Special Services For:
Not applicable
Language:
English, Spanish
Access:
Currently Unknown
Waitlist?:
Yes there is a waitlist
Licensed Providers?:
Yes
Eligible States:
Arkansas
Business Hours:
Follows an academic year; 8:30am to 5:00pm Monday and Friday; 8:30am to 7:00pm Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
Date Last Updated:
11/12/21
University of Colorado, Denver Counseling Services

University of Colorado, Denver Counseling Services


900 Auraria Parkway #454, Denver, CO 80204
University of Colorado, Denver
Can This Service Be Accessed Virtually / Remotely?:
Yes
Service Description:
The CU Denver Student and Community Counseling Center provides counseling services to community members and Denver Public Schools (DPS) students and their families at a nominal fee. Counseling sessions are led by practicum students in the graduate program in the CU Denver School of Education and Human Development (SEHD) and are supervised by licensed counseling professionals. Community Client payments are based on income or affiliation, with a sliding scale and ranging from $10 – $50 a session. Crisis sessions are offered for those that need help with an acute mental health crisis. Sessions can be in person or via telehealth. Note: This location offers therapy for 6 to 12 sessions.
Insurance:
No insurance needed
Always Free?:
No
Financial Aid:
Sliding Scale
Service Focus:
Various Concerns
Research-Supported Treatments:
Currently Unknown
Medication Management Services?:
No
Age Groups Served:
Adults, Seniors / Older Adults, Young Adults, Adolescents / Teens, Children
Specialized Services for Gender Groups:
No specialized services
Racial / Ethnic Groups Served:
No specialized services
Specialized Services for LGBTQ+:
No specialized services
Special Services For:
Not applicable
Language:
English
Access:
Currently Unknown
Waitlist?:
Yes there is a waitlist
Licensed Providers?:
Yes
Eligible States:
Colorado
Date Last Updated:
11/20/21
Urban Horizons Family Health Center

Urban Horizons Family Health Center


50-98 East 168th Street, Bronx, NY 10452
The Institute for Family Health
Can This Service Be Accessed Virtually / Remotely?:
Yes
Service Description:
The Institute for Family Health’s (IFH) mission is to improve access to high quality, patient-centered primary health care targeted to the needs of medically underserved communities. They develop and operate community health care centers throughout the New York area that include primary care, behavioral health, dental and social services

No one is turned away for services. The IFH also offers free case management for individuals without insurance. They have a translator line to provide care to individuals who don’t speak English. New patients can call (844) 434-2778 (or 844-IFH-APPT).
Insurance:
No insurance needed, Medicaid / Public Insurance, Medicare
Always Free?:
No
Financial Aid:
Sliding Scale
Service Focus:
Various Concerns
Research-Supported Treatments:
Currently Unknown
Medication Management Services?:
Yes
Age Groups Served:
Adults, Seniors / Older Adults, Young Adults, Adolescents / Teens, Children
Specialized Services for Gender Groups:
No specialized services
Racial / Ethnic Groups Served:
No specialized services
Specialized Services for LGBTQ+:
No specialized services
Special Services For:
Not applicable
Language:
English
Access:
Currently Unknown
Waitlist?:
Yes there is a waitlist
Licensed Providers?:
Yes
Eligible States:
New York
Business Hours:
Wednesday and Saturday, 8:30am to 5pm EST
Date Last Updated:
12/06/21