The Psychology Clinic provides testing and assessment, mental health services (ADHD, depression, PTSD, family counseling, couples counseling, substance abuse counseling, addiction counseling) and group services such as dialectical behavior therapy. We serve children, adolescents, adults, parents, families, couples and groups.

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Emergencies ⚠️

The clinic is not equipped for emergency treatment. In case of an emergency, please call the Detroit Wayne Integrated Health Network (DWIHN) 24-hour crisis hotline at 313-224-7000 or go to the nearest hospital emergency department. For Wayne State police, fire and medical emergencies, call 313-577-2222.


Therapy is provided for adults, couples, adolescents, children, groups, and families. Both short and long-term treatments are available. A wide range of treatment approaches may be used depending on the nature of the client’s problems. Cognitive behavioral, behavioral, family systems, interpersonal, psychodynamic, psychotherapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy and mindfulness are among the types of available treatment.

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A wide range of assessment services are offered for children, adolescents and adults, including intellectual, neuropsychological, personality, and the assessment of learning disabilities.

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Group services

Dialectical behavior therapy

Dialectical behavioral therapy skills training is provided to address mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness.

Neurological Impairment Support Group

Members of this group receive support from individuals with similar conditions such as stroke, traumatic brain injury, hypoxia, cerebral palsy and other related medical histories. A wide range of abilities is represented. Clients learn and practice new ways to cope with their impairments. Additionally, they address challenges to their rehabilitation with help from other members.

Interpersonal Group

An experiential therapy group for individuals who want to improve their personal relationships. Common problems of members include poor communication skills, difficulty making and staying friends and being controlling or too easily controlled in their relationships. Therapy focuses on people’s experiences in the group. Members pay attention to spoken and unspoken communication and their own reactions during meetings. Members also discuss personal problems and learn how to give and receive support and feedback. This group meets weekly for an hour and fifteen minutes.



  • The clinic offers a sliding scale fee for services based on income.
  • Payment is due at the time of receiving services by cash, check or credit card.
  • Medical insurance is not accepted.

All psychological services are conducted by doctoral students in the Ph.D. program in clinical psychology at Wayne State University under the close supervision of clinical faculty. The faculty are leading researchers in the fields of psychological assessment, therapy, and the nature of psychological problems.