The MSU Psychology Clinic provides confidential psychotherapy and assessment for adults, adolescents, children, and families in the greater Wichita Falls area. The services provided at the Clinic are available not only to MSU students, faculty, staff, and family members, but also to the North Texas community. Services are provided by graduate students in the Clinical/Counseling Psychology Masters Degree program at MSU under the close supervision of clinic faculty. All faculty supervisors are licensed psychologists.
Services: We provide individual, family, and couples psychotherapy services for:
- psychological disorders, such as anxiety and depression
- adjustment and phase of life issues (e.g. divorce, family discord)
- grief and bereavement
- parent-child conflicts
- child behavior problems
- areas of behavioral medicine (e.g. increasing healthy lifestyles)
In addition, we offer a variety of cognitive, academic/achievement, personality, and diagnostic assessments.
Fees: Fees are based on the ability to pay. No insurance is accepted. For MSU students, faculty, staff, and their family members, psychotherapy services are free of charge. For the community, fees range from $5.00 to $25.00 for psychotherapy.
Assessments range from $150.00 to $250.00.
Hours: The Clinic is open Monday-Friday. Sessions are by appointment only. We do not provide emergency or crisis services.
The Psychology Clinic is closed when MSU is closed.
Eligibility: All persons, other than students majoring in Psychology at MSU, are eligible to receive services. Should the MSU clinic not be suitable for the needs of a client, a referall will be made to an appropriate service provider.
Location: The Clinic is located in the O'Donohoe wing of the Prothro-Yeager Hall off Council Drive on the Midwestern State University campus. Parking is available adjacent to the entrance.
Faculty Supervisors: David Carlston, Ph.D., Paul Guthrie, Ph.D., Laura C. Spiller, Ph.D., and Micheal Vandehey, Ph.D.
Clinic Director: Kelly Meyering, Psy.D.