WSU Psychology Clinic


Who We Are:

The Psychology Clinic provides a low-cost psychological services option for WSU and the surrounding community. The Clinic is a community training facility for students in the Clinical Psychology doctoral training program. All students are supervised by Kansas licensed psychologists. The clinic usually sees between 250-300 people a year.

What We Do:

The clinic offers a broad range of services for children, adolescents, and adults, including:

  • Individual psychological testing and assessment
  • individual therapy for those experiencing cognitive, intellectual, emotional, or behavioral problems
  • Parent skills training and counseling for parent/child relationship issues
  • Behavioral interventions

The clinic offers therapeutic interventions addressing issues relating to:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety/Stress
  • Family Relationships
  • Childhood Behavior
  • Parenting
  • Social Skills
  • Grief and Loss

Clinic Director


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As clinic director, Dr. Reiner has increased the visibility of the Psychology Clinic as an afforable community resource providing psychological assessment and therapeutic interventions for emotional and behavioral problems, as well as providing training for doctoral students in Clinical Psychology.


Contact Us:

Wichita State University
Room 412, Jabara Hall
Phone No: 316-978-3212

Day and evening appointment times available. The first session (intake fee) is $10 and most clients usually pay between $5-$10 per hour of session but fees are typically based on a sliding scale, depending on income and ability to pay.

We receive and accept referrals from individuals and agencies including:



Kansas Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services (SRS)

Sedgwick County Developmental Disability Organization