What types of services are provided at the Psychology Clinic?
The Psychology Clinic offers individual, couples, marital and family therapy. Assessment services may be provided depending on student therapist experience and availability.
Can you write prescriptions or provide medication management?
No. The Psychology Clinic does not have a medical professional on staff and as a result cannot write prescriptions for medication or provide medication management.
What types of populations do you serve?
The Psychology Clinic is available to the general public. We are able to provide services to children, adolescents and adults. Students enrolled full-time at Georgia Southern University may be seen for up to 12 sessions of therapy at the Counseling & Career Development Center at no charge. The CCDC can be reached at (912) 478-5541.
Do you provide emergency mental health services?
No, though current clients are welcome to call and speak with their therapist or their therapist’s supervisor, if available. In the event of a mental health emergency, please call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.
I have a mental health emergency and need to talk to someone right away. Who can I call?
Georgia Crisis & Access Hotline (800) 715-4225, mygcal.com
Suicide Prevention Lifeline (800) 273-8255, suicidepreventionlifeline.org
Pineland’s Mental Health Helpline (800) 746-3526
Last updated: 2/9/2018