The University of North Carolina at Greensboro is proud to announce a selection of clinical services designed to enrich the knowledge and lives of the people of our community. Please visit the links below to learn about some of the services offered, and how you can get involved in these programs.
The ADHD Clinic is a specialty service in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies within the School of Health and Human Sciences. The ADHD Clinic currently offers evidenced-based assessment and treatment services for children as young as four years of age up through college-aged adults. All clinical services are provided by licensed psychologists. In addition to its clinic-based services, the ADHD Clinic runs the North Carolina Summer Program for Kids, a 6-week summer day treatment program for children with ADHD, in collaboration with Noble Academy in Greensboro.
The UNCG Psychology Clinic is an outpatient facility offering affordable, high quality mental health services to all people from the Triad area. A non-profit organization, the Psychology Clinic is housed within the Psychology Department at UNCG.
The UNCG Speech and Hearing Center, in operation since 1967, provides a comprehensive service program for diagnosis and therapy in language, speech and hearing for adults, adolescents and young children. The Center is a modern, handicapped accessible facility on the UNCG campus. The Center has eight therapy rooms and observation suites, a large pediatric language room with an observation suite, and two diagnostic suites for hearing evaluations and hearing aid fittings.
The Nicholas A. Vacc Counseling and Consulting Clinic is a state-of-the-art training facility dedicated to providing a wide range of affordable counseling services to the members of the UNCG and greater Greensboro communities. Counseling and consulting services, provided by advanced graduate students and supervised by licensed counseling faculty, focus on strengths, developmental issues, and positive outcomes.