Community Clinic

Thank you for your interest in our clinic’s services! Our treatment and assessment clinics are currently on a waitlist until January 2022.

if you would like a referral for another provider, please email for a list of community referrals. If you are in need of urgent service, please see our clinic’s Emergency Information page, or see a list of mental health services available to UNC students and the broader community here and here.

If you would like to be considered for our waitlist for services in early 2022, please email

For other mental health support services, students, including graduate and professional students and post-docs, can reach out to the Dean of Students team, Counseling and Psychological Services, available 24/7; telehealth appointments at 919-966-3658, or Student Wellness. Employees, including faculty and staff, can reach out to the Employee Assistance Program, EAP.

If you are seriously considering dangerous behavior, such as ending your life or self-harm, please call 911 immediately. You can also call the national suicide hotline at 800-273-8255, available 24/7, or the suicide text line by texting HOME to 741741.

Helping Give Away Psychological Science, HGAPS, is a nonprofit corporation, spun off from a UNC student service club, that aims to gather and provide web based access to information and resources related to mental health topics such as COVID-19 info and coping resources, managing social isolation, and offers some suggestions for clients for teletherapy.

Our best wishes to everyone during this challenging time!

Community Commitment

The UNC Psychology and Neuroscience Department Community Clinic, the Clinic, is dedicated to providing high quality and affordable psychological services to the triangle community and the UNC campus through specialty clinics for children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. All of our assessment and treatment services are designed to provide effective psychological care in a compassionate environment to members of the campus and local community. Services are provided by graduate students in our highly ranked clinical psychology doctoral program and on a limited basis by Licensed Psychologists, postdoctoral fellows, and social work graduate students.

Education and Research Commitment

The Clinic is a community-based training facility for the Ph.D. program in clinical psychology. The UNC Clinical Psychology program is accredited by the American Psychological Association and the Psychological Clinical Science Accreditation System. For over 15 years, the Clinical Psychology Program has ranked within the top ten graduate psychology programs nationally, currently ranked #2.

Consistent with the program’s mission, we are dedicated to providing the highest quality training for our graduate students as they learn evidence based psychological treatments and assessments. A related mission of the Community Clinic is the promotion and support of clinical research and the sharing of knowledge with the surrounding community through consultative services, presentations and workshops.