The UWM Psychology Clinic is operating remotely due to COVID-19. We are offering telehealth (videoconferencing or telephone) intakes and psychotherapy services, and therefore some information below does not apply. Please call 414-229-5521 for more information and/or to schedule a virtual intake. We are not taking new referrals for psychoeducational testing at this time. We will continue to monitor the coronavirus outbreak in order to determine how to proceed in a way that balances our concerns about both your mental health and physical safety.
Our mission is threefold:
Be a center of excellence in culturally sensitive training
The UWM Psychology Clinic is a training facility operated within the UWM Psychology Department. The Psychology Clinic staff is comprised of doctoral students in the clinical psychology PhD training program. All graduate students receive their first three years of supervised experience in the Clinic, and more advanced graduate students may elect to continue to see clients in the Clinic as well. Student therapists are closely supervised by the Clinical Psychology faculty and staff. All therapy rooms have adjoining observation rooms for live observation and recording of therapy and assessment sessions, to enable this supervision. The Psychology Clinic is committed to the concept of cultural humility in training and services.
Offer affordable, evidenced-based psychological care
The Psychology Clinic provides evidenced-based psychotherapy and assessment with adolescents and adults who are residents of Milwaukee and the surrounding community, as well as UWM students, faculty, and staff. The Psychology Clinic houses several specialty therapy clinics, which include but are not limited to, traumatic stress and anxiety, eating disorders and depression.
All clinic fees for services provided by graduate students are based on a sliding scale and range from $10 – $50 depending on client income and need. There is a $10 flat fee rate for all screenings (intake fee waived during the coronavirus outbreak). We do not accept insurance or Medicaid/Medicare.
Commitment to Diversity
The Psychology Clinic embraces the concept of human diversity and strives to provide culturally-conscious care to all. We embrace an inclusive and intersectional definition of diversity, including age, culture, developmental and acquired disabilities, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, national origin, race, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic differences. We denounce all forms of racism, violence and oppression and believe that every person who enters our clinic has the right to feel safe, respected, and valued.
The Psychology Clinic does not provide walk-in, court-mandated, or psychiatric consultation/medication services. In case of emergency after clinic hours, call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.
Please note, as a training clinic, some clients will be better served by being referred to agencies that can provide the type of help needed. Therefore, on some occasions, clients are referred to other community agencies. Please see our Community and Crisis Resources Page for additional options.
Hours: Clients are seen by appointment only. To learn more about our services, to discuss a possible referral, or arrange an intake appointment, please call us at 414-229-5521.
The clinic is closed on weekends and holidays and has a more limited schedule during the summer months.
Location: The Psychology Clinic is located on the first floor of Pearse Hall, Room 179, on the UWM campus. Free parking is available in the specially marked spaces in the parking lot outside of Garland Hall on Hartford Avenue with a permit available from the Psychology Clinic. Please be aware that the clinic has its own entrance on Downer Avenue to insure privacy for its clients. There is an accessible entrance through the Hartford Avenue parking lot.
Pearse Hall, Room 179
2513 E. Hartford Ave.
Milwaukee WI 53211-3160
*We want to acknowledge that the UWM Psychology Clinic is housed on the traditional land of the Potawatomi, Ho-Chunk and Menominee Peoples past and present, and honor with gratitude the land itself and the people who have stewarded it throughout the generations. In accordance with our commitment to diversity, we commit to combat the systems of oppression that have dispossessed indigenous people of their lands and denied their rights to self-determination. https://uwm.edu/eqi/about/land-acknowledgement/