For more detailed information about clinic services, please contact one of our clinic assistants at 404-413-6229.
Sexual identity exploration and adjustment
- Communication issues
- Conflict resolution
- Intimacy concerns
Note: The children shown in these photos are members of the GSU community, but are not clinic clients.
Children and adolescents go through various developmental stages characterized by a wide variety of behaviors. Their behavior is constantly changing and evolving. Because of this, it is often difficult to know when psychological counseling is indicated.
If behaviors become severe or impact your child’s functioning at home or in school, an evaluation can help determine what type of intervention may be helpful.
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy
- Family counseling
- Social skills training
- Parent training
- Parent Child Interaction Therapy
What can you expect with our psychological evaluation process?
The Clinic provides comprehensive testing and evaluation services for children and adults with the goal of assisting with diagnostic clarification, treatment recommendations, and accommodations. Evaluations might include assessment of the following concerns:
- Learning and processing challenges (including learning disabilities, underachievement)
- Behavioral concerns (including assessment for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)
- Problems with memory or focusing
- Concerns about early development
- Concerns about mood, anxiety or relationship problems
In addition to an interview, the evaluation includes various tests, including, but not limited to achievement, intellectual, processing, neuropsychological, behavioral and emotional testing. Tests are chosen based on the specific nature of the presenting questions or referral concerns. Evaluations include information from various sources, including family members and school personnel. School records and previous treatment records are an important part of an evaluation.
**The photos of the children on this site are used for illustrative purposes only, and all persons depicted are models.
This group intervention is for children aged 7 to 10 who have difficulty controlling their emotions. Children who experience frequent or strong sadness, worry, anxiety, irritability or guilt would benefit from this group. Children will learn strategies for effectively managing emotions and how to apply the strategies to their day-to-day lives. Parents will have the opportunity to participate in a parent group. The groups will take place at the Georgia State University Psychology Clinic in downtown Atlanta. The next group will begin in April, 2018. The cost is $10/session. For more information, click here, or please call 404-413-6229. For more information.
IF YOU ARE A POTENTIAL CLIENT OR WOULD LIKE TO MAKE A REFERRAL, please call us at 404-413-6229.