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Supporting Oklahoma Students

through clinic- and school-based services
We offer a wide range of assessment, intervention and consultation services to young people, families and schools, while also providing clinical training for students in our specialist and doctoral programs. Our goal is to maximize the academic, social, emotional and behavioral success of children from birth to 21 years of age. 


All children and youth have the right to be successful
We follow the Science-Based Child/Learner Success (SBC/LS) orientation, which focuses on prevention and intervention of services related to the psychoeducational and mental health needs of children and youth. We believe that success refers not only to accomplishment of immediate goals, but also to long-range goals of adulthood, such as maximizing personal potential, socially integrating, producing meaningful work and contributing to society.

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Assessment services are provided for a flat fee of $150, with an additional per test fee added. Please contact us for additional per test fee rates. Typically, three to five one-hour sessions are needed to administer and review results of the assessment information. All fees are due upon completion of the case.


Consultation and intervention services are provided on a per session fee basis. Charges for these services are determined by the client’s gross family income and number of dependents.

Hours and Location


All sessions are scheduled by appointment only. Exact hours vary by semester. Please call us at 405-744-5474 more information or to schedule an appointment.


We are located in the Public Information Office (PIO) building located on South Monroe, north of University Avenue, directly south of the Human Sciences building. Please contact us for parking information.




School psychology faculty who supervise and train doctoral-level clinicians include Licensed Health Service Psychologists, Nationally Certified School Psychologists or Board Certified Analysts. 

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