At the University Psychological Clinic, we provide evaluations and psychotherapy of the highest professional quality to support you as an individual, or as part of a couple, through a range of psychological and interpersonal difficulties. We also gladly accept referrals for psychotherapy and psychometric testing.
You can make an appointment, a referral, or request additional information about our services by calling the MARI call center at (734) 615-7853 during regular business hours, or by filling out the form below. We make every effort to get back to you within 48 business hours of your call, email, or online request; however, during high-volume periods, it may take us additional time to follow up.
Making a Client Referral?
If you would like to make a referral using our secure online form, click here and the form will open in a new tab. If you prefer to speak to someone on the phone, call (734) 615-7853.
Once You Contact Us
- We make every effort to get back to you within 48 business hours of your call, email, or online request; however, during high-volume periods, it may take us additional time to follow up.
- Our office staff will assist you in verifying your insurance benefits and establishing authorization for services.
- Our intake coordinator will gather preliminary information about your current concerns and the type of treatment you are seeking. They will provide you with your secure Patient Portal account and forward an online self-report inventory that needs to be completed before an appointment can be scheduled.
- You will also receive a few online forms that require your electronic signature in order to initiate services.
- You will be given an appointment to meet with a clinician to review your presenting concerns and self-report inventories. When this initial meeting is concluded, the clinician will provide an overview of recommendations for treatment. If we cannot meet your needs, we will attempt to assist you with community referrals.
- You will be assigned to a clinician who is supervised by a senior faculty expert in the area of your needs. A collaborative treatment plan will be established. They will review your sessions on a weekly basis and monitor improvement.