Counseling and Assessment Clinic

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Counseling and Assessment Clinic.

The Counseling and Assessment Clinic (CAC) is a psychological service training clinic associated with the Department of Educational Psychology at Texas A&M. All providers at the CAC are trained to provide a variety of psychological services while under the supervision of a Licensed Psychologist. We offer both therapy and assessment services for adults, adolescents, and children in English. Fees are established based on an affordable sliding-scale based on family income and size.

 

Dependiendo en la disponibilidad de nuestros consejeros, pueda que los servicios se ofrezcan en español. Por favor háblenos para más información; deje un mensaje y le regresaremos la llamada pronto.

 

Contact the CAC at 979-595-1770 for a free and confidential phone screening and to schedule an intake appointment. At times, interested individuals will be placed on an active waitlist prior to an intake appointment.

Mission Statement

The Texas A&M Counseling and Assessment Clinic (CAC) provides psychological services to individuals and families within the Brazos Valley community. We are a training, teaching, and researcher clinic supported by the Department of Educational Psychology at Texas A&M University. All services are provided by graduate student counselors supervised by Licensed Psychologists.

Our mission is to offer affordable and high quality treatment and assessment services to individuals within the Brazos Valley community by using evidence-based approaches and tailoring them to the specific needs and uniqueness of each client treated at the CAC. Our goal is to increase access to high quality, affordable mental health care in the community.  We value the differences among people, and respect their multiple identities (race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, mental and physical abilities, culture, and socioeconomic status). The CAC makes ongoing efforts to provided adequate training to student clinicians in the provision of psychological services to diverse individuals by increasing awareness of different identities and world views.