The Psychology Clinic is located in downtown Atlanta on the Georgia State campus on the 10th floor of the Urban Life Building.
The Psychology Clinic is the primary training facility for Georgia State University’s doctoral program in clinical psychology, a program fully accredited by the American Psychological Association. The clinic is dedicated to maintaining the highest standards of training and supervision for our graduate students and supports clinical research which advances the practice of psychology.
Continuing education workshops are offered regularly by the Clinic to Georgia psychologists and other members of the professional mental health community.
The Georgia State University Psychology Clinic has been dedicated to providing high quality, accessible and affordable psychological services to the Atlanta community and the GSU Campus since 1965. We provide confidential counseling and assessment services to children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. All services are designed to be culturally sensitive and compassionate for all clients and to reflect high standards of professional ethics and competence.
"We, the clinicians and supervisors of the Georgia State University Psychology Clinic, value the differences and similarities among people, and respect the multiple identities of the clients and communities with whom we work." Clinic Diversity Statement
Counseling services are offered at a low cost to all members of the metropolitan Atlanta community. Georgia State students, faculty, staff and alumni qualify for special fees. Specific fee information for therapy services may be obtained by contacting the clinic at 404-413-6229. Separate fees have been established for some services (e.g., assessments, groups).
The Clinic is open Monday through Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. except during holidays and semester breaks.
All clinicians in the Psychology Clinic are advanced doctoral students in clinical psychology supervised by licensed psychologists.
- Hal Rogers, Ph.D., Clinic Director and Supervisor (University of Kentucky, 1990)
- Erin Tone, Ph.D., Director of Clinical Training, Clinical Psychology Program (Emory University, 2001)
- Barbara Vassell, Administrative Specialist - Admin
- Arden Cooper, M.A., Clinic Assistant
- Isabella Palumbo, M.A., Clinic Assistant
- Kevin Moino, M.A., Clinic Assistant
- Clinical Psychology Faculty Members
- Susan Furman, Ph.D., Supervising Psychologist (Georgia State University, 1990)
- Suzann Lawry, Ph.D., Supervising Psychologist (Georgia State University, 1996)
- Jessica Lazer, Ph.D., Supervising Psychologist (Georgia State University, 1996)
- Emily Garai, Ph.D. (University of Vermont, 2012)
- B. Nilaja Green, Ph.D. (Georgia State University, 2013)
- Andrea Miller, Ph.D. (Texas Woman's Univesity, 2001)
- Cynthia Ramirez, Ph.D. (University of Michigan, 2003)
- Alonso Romero, Ph.D. (Georgia State University, 2012)
- Tamara D'Anjou Turner, PhD. (University of Miami, 2008)
- Rebecca Winter, Ph.D. (Georgia State University, 2020)
Recent Community Supervisors
- Jay Beard, Ph.D. (Georgia State University, 1995)
- Ndiya Nkongho, Ph.D. (Georgia State University, 2006)
- Erika Shore, Ph.D. (Boston College, 2001)
- Nancy Thompson, Ph.D. (Georgia State University, 1989)
- Elana Zimand, Ph.D. (University at Albany, SUNY, 1995)