Psychology clinic at UBC Okanagan launches additional services

The Psychology Clinic at UBC Okanagan provides empirically based assessment and therapy, and is currently accepting self-referrals for evaluation of adults with suspected learning disabilities (i.e., poor academic achievement, deficits in attention, learning, memory, and intellectual capacity) and neuropsychological disorders (i.e., traumatic brain injury, stroke, dementia, etc.).

The clinic is also accepting referrals for therapy for adults with emotional, psychological, and psychosocial issues (i.e., depression, anxiety, and adjustment to life changes).

As the UBC Okanagan Psychology Clinic is a training facility for clinical psychology graduate students, a registered psychologist or neuropsychologist supervises assessment and therapy services delivered by graduate student clinicians. There are associated fees using a sliding scale for services, and the fee will be determined as part of the intake process.  Services are open to faculty, staff, students and the general public.

For more information about adult assessment and treatment services, please call: 250 807 8241 (press 1) or e-mail:  ipc.ok@ubc.ca.