We have been closely monitoring the spread of the Coronavirus and governmental recommendations regarding how best to respond to this evolving public health concern. Because the health and safety of our clients and staff are of utmost importance, we have decided to limit clinical services and transition to telehealth only.
The University of Tennessee Psychological Clinic will remain closed to in-person appointments for the Fall 2020 semester.
- Current clients have been and are being contacted and will be able to discuss options for telehealth services in the weeks to come.
- Administrative support is available to facilitate contact with clinicians by calling the main line (974-2161).
The University of Tennessee Psychological Clinic is the primary training site for the doctoral program in Clinical Psychology. At our Clinic, our advanced doctoral students assess and treat children, adolescents, adults, and couples/families for a wide spectrum of behavioral and mental health conditions. Our Clinic strives to offer you quality mental health care in a confidential, safe environment.
The Psychological Clinic has a long history of actualizing the University's mission of training, research, and service to our students and the greater Knoxville community. The Clinic has grown from its early days of providing services primarily for students at its first location on 1303 W. Cumberland Avenue. Following two decades of being located on the Hill, our Clinic has now moved to our new location at the UT Conference Center, Suite #208. Our new and tasteful office space with modern technology that promotes training with privacy now offers us an opportunity to serve even more people with their important mental health needs. While we still provide care for our students, upwards of eighty percent (80%) of the care rendered here is offered to the general public of Knoxville and our greater East Tennessee region.
Please feel free to discuss at any time any questions or concerns you may have about your care here with your assigned therapist or evaluator, a clerical person, or any of our faculty on staff. It is our privilege to work with you and we will do our best to make your experience here a favorable one for you and your loved ones.