Clinical Services at Temple University
The Psychological Services Center (PSC) operates within the Division of Clinical Psychology of Temple University's Psychology Department . It serves the Philadelphia community and surrounding areas, including New Jersey and Delaware. Visit the PSC page for more information.
The Adult Anxiety Clinic of Temple is a treatment, research and training clinic. Affiliated with the Temple University Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program, our mission is to provide effective treatment for adults with anxiety disorders. The Clinic is partly funded by the National Institute of Mental Health and conducts research aimed at evaluating the effectiveness of treatments of social and generalized anxiety. For more information, visit the Adult Anxiety Clinic website.
The Child and Adolescent Anxiety Disorders Clinic at Temple University is a treatment, research, and training clinic affiliated with the Temple University Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program. We provide empirically supported treatments for youth with anxiety disorders -- specifically, youth aged 7 to 17 with anxiety-related difficulties (i.e., social anxiety, separation concerns, specific phobias, and/or worry about school or personal issues). As part of our funded research studies, we may offer free treatment. For more information, visit temple.edu/childanxiety, or call our intake coordinator to learn more, 215-204-7165.