The Psychological Training and Consultation Center is part of the
Psychology Department at Central Michigan University and offers outpatient mental health services. The Clinic serves residents of the mid Michigan area as well as members of the CMU community.
Psychotherapy for a wide range of adult and child psychological disorders is offered at the Clinic, as well as couples and family therapy. Psychological testing for problems such as learning disorders and deficits in attention and concentration is also available. In addition, the Clinic offers a number of specialized therapy programs.
If we are unable to provide the needed services, referrals can be provided. We do not provide emergency/walk-in services or same-day appointments. Services are provided by CMU Clinical Psychology doctoral students under the supervision of Psychology Department faculty. For services, please call 989-774-3904.
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General Information & Hours
The Clinic is located in the
Health Professions Building on the campus of CMU, on West Campus Drive between Bellows and Preston in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan.
The Clinic is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, with some evening appointments available.
Fees for psychotherapy are adjusted on a sliding scale based on number of dependents and income, with fees ranging from $5.00 per session to $60.00 per session. There is a $5 fee per therapy session for CMU students. Costs of psychological assessment will vary depending on the nature of the testing. We do not bill insurance, and cannot guarantee that services will be reimbursed by a third party payer.
Contact us for further information or to schedule an appointment at (989) 774-3904.
The General Clinic offers scientifically-based treatments for many common troubles such as depression and emotional distress, anxiety, difficulties in adjustment, school related problems, behavior problems, stress, relationship problems, anger, substance abuse, and coping with health concerns. The treatment approach may be cognitive behavioral, family focused, or psychodynamic, but generally consists of weekly 60 minute appointments over the course of several weeks or months.
Clients can expect a collaborative, warm, and empathic environment as they work with their therapist to improve their quality of life.
Psychological Assessment Clinic (PAC)
Psychological Assessment Clinic (PAC) provides psychological testing for learning problems and/or attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder in children and adults. The assessment process includes a full day of testing followed by a second appointment about a week later to review test results and for feedback. The full test report will be available within a week after the second session.
Trauma and Anxiety Disorders Clinic (TADC) provides an in depth psychological assessment and state of the art cognitive-behavioral treatment for anxiety disorders. Treatment is available for those who struggle with anxiety, are experiencing psychological symptoms related to a traumatic event, have panic attacks, or are dealing with obsessive compulsive disorder. Supervised by
Dr. Elizabeth Meadows.
The goal of the
Center for Children, Families and Communities is to improve the mental health of children and families, with a special focus on reducing health disparities. A wide range of evidence-based mental health services are available for families and children of all ages, including but not limited to treatment for ADHD and disruptive behaviors, school refusal, elimination disorders, depression, anxiety, and couples conflict. Parent-child interaction therapy (PCIT) is available for the treatment of young children with conduct problems and for children who have experienced maltreatment. In addition to our mental health services, the CCFC provides a range of services for community agencies (e.g., needs assessments, program development and evaluation, grant writing). Please contact the CCFC directly at 989-774-6639 for more information.
Neuropsychology Clinic is a specialty clinic that offers comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations, with an emphasis on providing practical recommendations for patients and care providers. Areas of assessment include general intellectual functioning, memory, problems solving, sensory/motor functioning, communication ability, academic skills, and emotional functioning. Supervised by
Dr. Reid Skeel. Please call Dr. Reid Skeel directly at 989-774-6485 for information about this clinic.
Learning Acceleration Clinic provides remedial education services to students from 5 – 15 years of age who are academically delayed in basic skills. Components of the program include comprehensive assessment of academic skills to determine the degree of skill deficits and strengths as well as research based practices to reduce academic difficulties. Students meet with their therapist for an hour and a half three or four days a week. Supervised by
Dr. Michael Hixson.
School Psychology Clinic provides psychological services to children, teens, and families. Services provided include assessment, intervention, and consultation. This clinic specializes in ADD/ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Learning acceleration, Social and Emotional Learning, and Independent Educational evaluation.
Supervising Clinical Faculty
Sarah Domoff, PhD, Clinical Program Supervisor, Director of the Family Health Lab
James Gerhart, PhD, Clinical Program Supervisor
Elizabeth Meadows, PhD, Clinical Program Supervisor, Director of the Trauma and Anxiety Disorder Clinic
Larissa Niec, PhD, Clinical Program Supervisor, Director of Center for Children, Families and Communities
George F. Ronan, PhD, Clinical Program Supervisor
Reid Skeel, PhD, Clinical Program Director, Clinical Program Supervisor, Director of the Neuropsychology Clinic
Nathan Weed, PhD, Clinical Program Supervisor, Director of the Psychological Assessment Clinic
Supervising School Faculty
Michael Hixson, PhD, School Program Supervisor
Sandra Kanouse, PhD, School Program Supervisor
Katrina Rhymer, PhD, School Program Supervisor
Daniel Drevon, PhD, School Program Supervisor