The Washburn University Psychological Services Clinic is a treatment, research, and training clinic. We are committed to providing outstanding mental health care to members of the Washburn, Topeka, and surrounding communities. The clinic’s affiliation with Washburn’s psychology master’s program ensures that student therapists will receive training in the most current and empirically supported assessment and treatment approaches. Services include but are not limited to:
In concurrence with Washburn University’s non-discrimination policy, the clinic supports diversity. All services are equally available to individuals without regard to race, color, religion, age, national origin, ancestry, disability, sex, marital or parental status, genetic information, or sexual orientation/gender identity.
Sessions are only available during the academic year (beginning of September through the end of April).
The fee for intake appointments, individual therapy sessions, and group therapy sessions are $5 each.
Testing and additional reading materials may be recommended for an additional fee, which would be discussed with you and agreed upon in advance.
Insurance is not accepted, so information is never released to 3rd parties for payment purposes. In this way, clients at our clinic enjoy complete privacy and are free of the paperwork related to reimbursement issues.
“…I’m graduating this week, and 6 months ago I was so worried about panic attacks that I wondered if I’d ever even hold down a real job upon graduation. Now I’m looking forward to starting a new job. … Not only is my panic disorder nearly nonexistent [today], but my daily struggles with generalized anxiety don’t seem to be as bad either. …”