-Individual psychotherapy for adults, adolescents, and children
-Couples and family therapy
- In collaboration with Duquesne University's Counseling and Wellbeing Center, our Clinic provides weekly interpersonal, process-oriented groups, Connections. These groups are open to Duquesne undergraduate and graduate students. These groups specifically focus on how members interact with each other, working from the "group microcosm" theory that states that the automatic ways that members interact with each other in group represent members' patterns of relating in other significant relationships. As members' patterns of relating emerge in group, members will receive feedback that promotes insight into their patterns of relating with others, and have opportunities to practice relating in new ways with other group members. Connections groups would thus be particularly beneficial for any student who generally feels somewhat unfulfilled or dissatisfied in their relationships (such as with friends, co-workers, partners, family members, etc.)
-For personal exploration and/or for third parties (employers, physicians, schools, therapists)
-Intellectual and Cognitive Functioning
- The Clinic does not provide Learning Disability or comprehensive ADD/ADHD assessments
-Act 235 clearances and psychological screenings for police officers
-Tests may include, but are not limited to:
- The Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI)
- The Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-II (MMPI-2)
- The Rorschach
Community Engagement and Outreach
- Psychoeducational workshops to middle school students through the African American Achievement Trust (AAAT) of the Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh, a program that aims to support the emotional and academic needs of 6th through 12th grade students at University Preparatory School in the Hill District and Westinghouse School in Homewood through mentoring, coaching, and other supports. AAAT aims to increase the numbers of students who are Pittsburgh Promise Ready, and increase the percentage of students who apply to and enroll in post-secondary education.
-The Clinic has partnered with the Hill House Association to provide Children's Art And Talk groups, CHAAT. The Clinic's therapists-in-training, artists, and community agency staff collaborate to provide culturally sensitive group counseling that includes expressive art activities to facilitate self-expression, self-confidence, emotion regulation, and coping and communication skills, and to enhance personal resilience and a sense of connection with one's community.
-Our psychiatrist is available to meet with clients who are in psychotherapy at our Clinic; these appointments are made in consultation with the treating therapist