Supervisors: Robyn Ridley, Ph.D., Stacey Nye, PhD
We provide psychotherapy services to adults and adolescents with mental health issues who may not meet specific diagnostic criteria for one of the specialty clinics. These issues include (but are not limited to):
- Anxiety Mood disorders
- Family conflict
- Parent-child problems
- Health-related concerns
- Traumatic life events
- Relationship issues
Our primary form of treatment is cognitive-behavioral therapy, or CBT. Cognitive-behavioral therapy is an empirically based therapy involving education, coping strategies and anxiety reduction. Clients learn how to manage challenges and practice skills with therapist guidance in session, followed by generalization into their day-to-day lives through practice between sessions.
Therapy is conducted by graduate students in our Clinical Psychology PhD Program under the supervision of Dr. Ridley and Dr. Nye.