The UC Berkeley Psychology Clinic strives to provide the best available psychological treatments to the larger Bay Area community. These interventions are demonstrated by the research to be effective for improving mental health problems and are individually-tailored to meet the unique needs of each person. Common issues addressed in our clinic include, but are not limited to, the following: depression, anxiety, grief & bereavement, trauma, sleep and other health concerns, relationship and family issues, school problems, parenting difficulties, and significant life transitions. We are also offering specialized services for caregivers and people with late-life depression, mild cognitive impairment, dementia, stroke, or other forms of brain injury and for their caregivers (see: Specialty Clinics).
We provide a wide range of services, including those for the following:
- Individual Adults
- Children & Adolescents
- Parents & Caregivers
Center for Assessment
The UC Berkeley Psychology Clinic provides high quality assessments and evaluations at a reduced fee for the larger Bay Area community. This can include testing and other forms of information gathering to answer questions related to struggles in school or work, difficulties concentrating, recent changes in cognitive functioning and performance, and other social, interpersonal, or emotional concerns.
We conduct a wide range of assessments. Common evaluations provided in our clinic include the following:
- Learning Disabilities
- Child/Adolescent Behavioral, Emotional and School Problems
- Mild Cognitive Impairment & Other Neuropsychological Assessment
- Personality & Other Psychological Assessment
If you are completing an assessment with us to determine whether you are eligible for accommodations through a specific organization, please notify the clinician of those needs at the intake and bring along information about any specific tests the organization requires.