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Clinic Training Admission and Facilities

The Psychology Clinic is a training facility. Special conditions surrounding the training function of the clinic (e.g., role of students, research options, protocol limitations) are explained at the time of initial consultation if applicable.

The physical structure includes six standard treatment/consultation rooms, two testing areas, a child playroom, and several group/conference rooms, all equipped with standard observational facilities. Our facility includes a computer lab and library for graduate student use, as well as video conferencing capabilities.

Computerized administration and/or scoring is available for frequently used psychological tests (e.g., WAIS-IV/WMS-IV, MMPI-2, PAI).

Library searches using Psych INFO and medical databases can also be conducted on site.

The clinic exposes psychology students to a variety of different training experiences, providing both individual and group supervision in practicum. Specialty workshops by external faculty (e.g., crisis management, Pediatric Health Psychology) are provided annually.

For further information about our clinical training program at ISU and the admissions process, please refer to our Clinical Psychology page.


Psychology Clinic during Emergency Situations

The Psychology Clinic is not equipped to offer treatment to individuals who are presently a danger to themselves or others or need immediate emergency intervention. Emergency services are provided by:

Immediate Emergency 911
Portneuf Medical Center (208) 239-1800
Human Development Center 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Adult Mental Health Unit
  • Children's Mental Health Unit
  • Emergency after hours on call Mental Health Dept.

(208) 234-7900
(208) 234-7900
(208) 234-8685 or
(208) 234-7900

Idaho CARE Line Dial 211
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline and/or the Veterans Crisis Line (800) 272-TALK