These services include psychological evaluations for conditions such as: Learning Disorders, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Depression, Anxiety, Personality Disorders, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder and other conditions that can interfere with healthy emotional, social, educational and vocational functioning. These evaluations include full written reports with diagnostic impressions and recommendations for improved functioning.
Individual, couples and/or family psychotherapy services are also offered in the WSPP Psychology Training Center. Common reasons for referral can include depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, parenting issues, child behavior problems, among many others. Clients’ concerns are treated with sensitivity and care, and treatment plans are culturally informed and collaboratively created around existing strengths.
All services in the WSPP Psychology Training Center are provided by WSPP graduate students working towards completion of their doctoral degree in clinical psychology and are supervised by licensed psychologists who are faculty members of the school. Services provided are fully compliant with HIPAA regulations.
The WSPP Psychology Training Center offers free parking, is convenient to bus routes and is accessible to persons with disabilities.
Location & Hours
9120 W. Hampton Ave. #90 Milwaukee, WI 53225, Lower Level
Monday - Thursday - 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Friday - 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday - 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
WSPP Registration and Informed Consent
Consent for Observation & Recording
Appointment Confirmation Calls Consent
WSPP Clinic Frequently Asked Questions
The WSPP Psychology Training Center is a community mental health center serving as the primary training site for graduate students at the Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology. Operating on a sliding-fee basis, the Psychology Training Center offers access to psychological services to individuals, couples and families with limited financial resources.
Graduate students at WSPP are able to see clients in the Psychology Training Center after their first year in the program and are supervised by WSPP faculty who are all licensed psychologists. Students receive supervision in ratios appropriate to their skill levels, with closer monitoring at more basic levels and less as skills increase.
Since the WSPP Psychology Training Center is a fully functioning mental health center, student trainees gain exposure to the types of management and documentation requirements typical of outpatient mental health centers, allowing for smoother transition to internship and post-doctoral placements.
The WSPP Psychology Training Center offers a wide range of currently-employed psychological assessment instruments to evaluate clients’ cognitive, academic, emotional and social functioning, and these instruments are available for student use with their clients. The Training Center also maintains multiple, comfortable rooms for individual, couples and family therapy.
Through consultation with their supervisors, students training in the WSPP Psychology Training Center are able to develop their skills as caring professionals, ready to move forward into successful psychology careers.