Psychology

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Psychological Services

Monterey Hall Community Services Facility

Program Overview

With the designation of Monterey Hall as a center for the CSUN Community Services Center, faculty in the Psychology Department initiated the development of several on-campus direct service programs. The purpose of these programs was twofold:
1) To contribute to the development of the CSUN Community Services Center by providing direct professional services to individuals in the community.
2) To provide on-campus training of selected undergraduate students and graduate students enrolled in programs involving service delivery.
Currently the Psychology Department sponsors four programs which provide service delivery and training of students enrolled in the Clinical Psychology Graduate Program. The current programs include both diagnostic/evaluation and intervention programs, two of which are specialized for children or adolescents, and two of which are designed for adults. Descriptions of the current programs, together with contact information are listed below.
1) Parent-Child Interaction Program
2) Anxiety and Mood Disorders Clinic
3) Child and Adolescent Diagnostic Assessment Program
4) Autism Clinic
5) Neuropsychology Diagnostic Lab
6) Additional Clinical Services