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Fordham Community Mental Health Clinic
The Fordham Community Mental Health Clinic provides comprehensive psychological services to community residents at a modest cost while serving as a research site and a training site for doctoral clinical psychology students.
The Fordham Community Mental Health Clinic was officially opened in January 2020 with the dual mission of providing comprehensive psychological services to the community at low to moderate cost while serving as a training site for graduate students in the Clinical Psychology program. Housed in the midst of an ethnically and culturally diverse locale, the Clinic provides students with the opportunity to become experienced in the provision of comprehensive mental health services to a multicultural population.
At the Clinic, student clinicians offer a range of therapy and assessment services. The services offered are often updated per clinical need/demand, clinician and supervisory experience, and availability. Currently, the services we offer include:
ADD/ADHD Diagnostic Assessment
Learning Disabilities Assessment
Forensic Assessment Services:
Pre-sentencing/mitigation evaluations (adults and adolescents)