ISU Psychology Clinic
ISU Psychology Clinic Fast Facts
Accredited training program since 2001; only doctoral clinical psychology program in Idaho
Twenty-one Ph.D. graduates during the period from 1997 to 2005
100% pas rate on National EPPP exam; mean score 644
ISU Psychology Clinic serves 125-150 patients per year, mostly community referrals
Onsite faculty supervision with national expertise and publications in practice areas
Latest cogntive and personality assessment measures available with individualized evaluations of patient needs
Evidenced-based practice emphasized
921 S. 8th Avenue
Pocatello, Idaho 83209
1400 E. Terry Street
5th floor of Garrison Building #63, on the corners of Memorial Drive, Martin Luther King Drive, and East Terry Street.
9am-6pm Monday through Friday
Summer Hours:9am to 5:30pm
Phone: 208 282-2129
Web link: Psychology Clinic
Service & Fees
The Psychology Clinic now offers services for:
- adolescent difficulties
- child behavior problems
- couples / family therapy
- Emotional disorders of adults such as depression, and anxiety
- help for individuals who wish to reduce their drinking and/or abstain from alcohol or other drugs
- treatment for sexual difficulties
- memory & other cognitive assessments
- psychological testing
There is no charge for an initial consultation. The clinic charges according to a sliding fee scale. Patients sign a fee agreement at the onset of services, and are then billed monthly for their appointments. We will bill insurance upon request, but since we are a training facility with student clinicians, insurance comanies are not obligated to cover our services.
Facilities, Equipment and Technology
The Psychology Clinic structure includes six standard treatment /consultation rooms, two testing areas, a child playroom, and several group/ conference rooms, all equiped with standard observational facilties. The facility includes a computer lab and library for graduate student use, as well as video conferencing capabilities.
Computerized administration and scoring is available for frequently used psychological tests (e.g., WAIS/WMS, MMPI-2). Library searches using Psych INFO and medical databases can also be conducted on site.
Benefit to Students
The clinic exposes developing psychologists to a variety of different training experiences, providing both individual and group supervision in practicum training. The Psychology Department hosts national workshop speakers on specialized topics each year.
Professional Service Contributions
Advanced psychology students also function as community practicum students and externs in a number of local sites. The clinical faculty maintain relationships and consult with area agencies, hospitals and institutions.
Faculty & Staff
- Mary Tisdale, Clinic Receptionist 282-2129
- Tony Cellucci, Ph.D, ABPP Clinic Director
- Mark Roberts, Ph.D., Director of Clinical Training
- Shannon Lynch, Ph.D.
- Steven Lawyer, Ph.D.
- Nicole Prause, Ph.D.
- Peter Vik, Ph.D.