The UBC Okanagan Psychology Clinic is offering a new service that’s available for all faculty and staff.
The service is a low-barrier outpatient treatment service for individuals seeking help to reduce the harm associated with their use of alcohol or other substances.
It is supervised by Barber School Psychology Prof. Zach Walsh and features individualized intervention using empirically-supported approaches including Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy and Motivational Interviewing (MI) to help clients attain their substance use goals.
Treatment is provided by doctoral clinical psychology students and fees for services are on a sliding scale based on income and range from $10 to $80 per hour.
Anyone interested in using this service can send a referral to the UBC Okanagan Psychology Clinic via phone, fax, or email.
Telephone: 250 807 8241 (press 1 for reception)
Fax: 250 807 9675
Voicemail is available after hours. Please note, the clinic is not able to offer crisis or emergency services.