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The University of Washington, School Psychology Clinic is a University-Based community clinic that aims to serve children and families in the Seattle community. At this time, our clinic provides services that are free of charge to the community. We provide individual therapy services (both in-person and virtual) to children and adolescents (ages 8 to 18) and  testing/assessment services to children and adolescents (preschool age 3-5 years and ages 8 to 18). The School Psychology Clinic serves as a training site for graduate students in the School Psychology Program at the University of Washington, and all services are supervised by a licensed psychologist/faculty member. It also services as a clinical-research site for the faculty and students in the department.

Below are some common concerns that children and families often come to us with: 

  • Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, Grief/Loss, Low self-esteem, Life Transitions (e.g. divorce), School Adjustment (e.g. moved from different city), Relationship issues, Family-related difficulties, Stress, Parenting Difficulties, Attention-Related Difficulties, Social Skills
  • Learning Disability, Reading & Math Difficulties, Attention Difficulties 

With these concerns, we can help in a number of ways such as:

  • Providing you with a confidential and safe place for you to discuss your concerns
  • Helping you identify your needs and developing a plan moving forward to address them
  • Providing you with psychoeducation on coping skills
  • Connecting you with resources in the community

... and more!


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