The Family Interaction Skills Clinic (FISC) provides mental health consultation and training presentations to family advocates and case management staff through collaborative partnerships with community agencies. In addition, FISC child and family behavioral consultants provide both in-home and clinic-based psychological assessment and treatment services designed to prevent and treat child maltreatment. FISC services include individual, couple, group, and family therapy. FISC consultants also provide behavior management consultation and evaluation services at local Head Start development centers. Therapists are doctoral students in clinical psychology who are supervised by licensed clinical psychologists.
Therapists provide state-of-the-art assessment and treatment for children and their families. Individualized services address child/adolescent behavioral and emotional problems, problems with parent-child communication, and the consequences of child maltreatment and domestic violence. Fees for services are available on a sliding scale based on the client's ability to pay.
All information related to therapy and assessments is held in strict confidence within the limits of state and federal laws.
University of Nebraska - Lincoln
It is the policy of UNL not to discriminate on the basis of sex, age, disability, race, color, religion, marital status, veteran status, national or ethnic origin, or sexual orientation.
Clinical Director - David J. Hansen, Ph.D.
Clinical Supervisor - Mary Fran Flood, Ph.D.