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In response to the tragic events this week the
Educational Assessment and Student Support Clinic
will open Thursday, Nov. 1 and Friday, Nov. 2 for walk-ins.


The Educational Assessment and Student Support Clinic (formerly known as the Psychoeducational Clinic) serves children, adolescents, adults, and their families. In addition to assessment, our services include individual therapy services for adults, adolescents, children, students and non-students.

We have recently moved and are now located in the Business Classroom Building at the University of Utah, the clinic is operated by the Department of Educational Psychology in the College of Education

The Clinic is located at:

Business Classroom Building Ste. 401
1635 Campus Center Drive
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

Parents, schools, or community agencies may refer people for services provided by the Clinic.

Please send all mail correspondence to:

Department of Educational Psychology
1721 E. Campus Center Drive, SAEC 3220
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

For more information about our services or to set up an appointment for an adult (including University of Utah students), please call 801-213-3542.

For more information about our services or to set up an appointment for a child or adolescent, please call 801-581-6068. Please note that our waiting list for child and adolescent evaluations is currently closed. To find another clinic that offers psychoeducational evaluations, please visit the Utah Psychological Association website “Find a Psychologist Directory”  https://www.utpsych.org/directory .

 

Clinic Directors:

School Psychology
Janiece Pompa, Ph.D.

Counseling/Counseling Psychology
Uma Dorn, Ph.D.

Counseling Practicum Instructor
Karen Tao, Ph.D.

Assistant Directors:

School Psychology
Victoria Hatton Ed.S. NCSP
victoria.hatton@utah.edu

Mental Health
Pamela Cornejo, B.A.
pamela.cornejo@utah.edu

Assessment
Aaron Dembe, M.Ed.
aaron.dembe@utah.edu


Related Websites

School Psychology

Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Counseling Psychology

Educational Psychology

University of Utah

Last Updated: 11/1/17