The University of Detroit Mercy Psychology Clinic is sponsored by the University of Detroit Mercy. It has been providing psychological services to students, staff and community members for over 35 years. Children, adolescents and adults from the entire metropolitan area are eligible to receive services.
In keeping with the mission of the University of Detroit Mercy, the University Psychology Clinic is committed to providing compassionate services to persons in need, with an emphasis on personal and professional ethics and values. We are committed to promoting the dignity of the individual as well as contributing to the common good of the wider community. The clinic ensures equal access and opportunity for psychological services to the diverse populations in the Detroit area.
We are proud to provide quality psychological services for people who could not otherwise afford care.
- Psychotherapy services are offered for a wide range of difficulties, including: anxiety, stress, self-esteem, depression, grief, relationship difficulties, and child, family or marital problems.
- Psychological testing is available to assist in issues with attention and/or difficulties maintaining attention.
- Academic concerns such as school readiness, achievement and giftedness can also be addressed by clarifying abilities, interest and personal needs.
- Mission: The University of Detroit Mercy Psychology Clinic promotes the mental health and well-being of the university and metropolitan communities through provision of quality psychological services and through a commitment to professional leadership, education and training and compassionate service.
- Vision: We envision a vibrant, community-oriented, university-based center that offers a comprehensive range of services to children, adolescents and adults; provides progressive education and training in professional psychology; and promotes scholarship and research in an urban context.