La Salle University Community Psychological Services is a community service mental health clinic operated through the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program Program of LaSalle University.
Our clinic’s mission is to provide high-quality, evidence-based, low or no-cost psychological services to our community, while providing a unique and vital training experience for our dedicated and highly motivated doctoral students.
Because we are a training clinic in a clinical psychology doctoral program accredited by the American Psychological Association, we provide the most current treatments supported by scientific research. Our services include therapy, psychological assessment, diagnostic evaluation, and consultation across many psychological domains.
In order to deliver the most individualized services possible, our training clinicians are organized into teams providing specialized treatment in the following areas: Depression and Postpartum Depression disorders, Anxiety disorders, Clinical Health Psychology, Emotional Regulation, General Mood disorders, and Adolescent therapy. We also have teams devoted to psychological testing and neuropsychological evaluation for children/adolescents and adults.
These specialty teams are led by licensed, doctoral-level psychologists, most of whom are clinical faculty in the PsyD Program at La Salle University.
For more information, please call 215.951.1006. Read our guides for clients and students.