The PWC offers psychoeducational assessments and psychodiagnostic assessments to help you better understand the difficulties you are having or to update a previously provided diagnosis. Psychoeducational assessments include an interview, an assessment of cognitive functioning, and an assessment of academic functioning. Psychodiagnostic assessments may include interviews and self-report questionnaires. Based on the assessment results, we provide you with recommendations for further treatment or supports for at home, school, work, or in the community.
We offer psychotherapy services to help adults manage a variety of mental health issues including, but not limited to, anxiety disorders (e.g., panic, OCD, phobias, etc), trauma, depression, stress, adjustment to life transitions, and coping with chronic illness. Therapy methods provided by those at the PWC are evidence-based. Thus, services provided are of high quality and have been supported by scientific research as able to help with difficulties you may be having.
Please see our list of exclusions regarding which difficulties we are not able to provide assistance with at this time.
The length of the waiting list is dependent on the number of practicum students working at the PWC and the availability of supervisors. Following are estimates of our current wait times. This information will be updated as needed.