The TAMU Psychology Clinic is a not-for-profit training facility for the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Texas A&M University. Clinic services are provided by graduate students who are completing advanced training under the direct supervision of the Clinical Psychology faculty.
The three main functions of the Clinic are:
- To provide professional training for Clinical Psychology graduate students
- To assist with clinically relevant research projects
- To offer comprehensive psychological services to the Bryan-College Station community & surrounding region
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Services & Fees
Clinic services are available to persons from the community and to persons affiliated with Texas A&M University (students, staff, or faculty). Prospective clients are welcome regardless of ability to pay full fees. For individuals unable to pay full fees, reduced fees are set using a sliding scale, based on annual family income & number of family members. Fees are due at time of service delivery.
Specialized Clinic services include:
- Psychological evaluations
- Consultation with schools, allied health professionals, physicians, and community agencies
- Individual adult therapy
- Individual child or adolescent therapy
- Family therapy
- Couples therapy
- Group therapy
- Assessment/therapy for developmental disabilities, including Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Health/pediatric psychology services
The Psychology Clinic is located on the First floor (Suite 101) of the Milner Building at the corner of Asbury St. and Ross St. in front of Sbisa Building on the University main campus. Interested persons may call the Clinic to request or inquire about services.
Arrangements will be made with callers to complete a telephone interview to determine if the caller’s needs match services the Clinic is equipped to provide. Some services in Spanish are available.
If a caller’s needs exceed the Clinic’s capacities, referrals to other agencies will be provided. If the Clinic is able to offer services, arrangements will be made to assign the caller to an evaluator/therapist. Callers may be assigned to a waiting list until a therapist becomes available.
Monday – Thursday, 8:00 am – 6:30 pm
Friday, 8:00am – 2:30 pm
Clinic phone: (979) 845-8017
Clinic fax: (979) 845-5191
Location: Milner Building Suite 101
- Gerianne Alexander, Ph.D., Professor
- Steve Balsis, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Director of Clinical Training, Professor
- John Edens, Ph.D., Professor
- Sherecce Fields, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
- Robert Heffer, Ph.D., Clinic Director, Associate Director of Clinical Training, Clinical Professor
- Annmarie MacNamara, Ph.D,, Assistant Professor
- Mary Meagher, Ph.D., Professor
- Les Morey, Ph.D., Professor
- Douglas Snyder, Ph.D., Professor
- Brian Stagner, Ph.D., Clinical Professor