Anxiety Disorders Clinic
The ADC, directed by Dr. Debra Hope, assesses and treats a wide variety of anxiety-related problems among adults and, at the same time, explores critical research questions about the psychopathology and treatment of anxiety. The ADC provides state-of-the-art, comprehensive assessments and short-term psychosocial treatments of anxiety disorders, while conducting research on the psychopathology and treatment of anxiety.
Family Interaction Skills Clinic
Dr. David J. Hansen and Dr. Mary Fran Flood direct FISC in offering mental health consultation, assessment, and treatment for children, adolescents and their families through collaborative partnerships with community agencies, including Early Head Start/Head Start at Community Action Partnership of Lancaster and Saunders Country and Project SAFE at the Child Advocacy Center. FISC consultants designed and implemented a grant-funded project examining the impact of a manualized teacher-training program, Teacher Child Interaction Training (NU-TCIT), at Head Start and developed a behavior observation tool, Campbell-Martin Behavior Observation of Preschoolers System (CAMBOPS-40), for use in early childhood settings. Project SAFE research examined the heterogeneity of sexual abuse sequelae and family dimensions of assessment and treatment for children and adolescents who have been abused.
The Rainbow Clinic, directed by Dr. Debra Hope, is an outreach to the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer community that provides individual, couples, and family therapy and contributes to knowledge about diversity issues in clinical psychology, with a particular focus on psychological needs of the LGBTQ community. The Rainbow Clinic has also partnered with OutLinc, Lincoln's GLBT Community Center, to help bring awareness of mental health services within the area and extend the outreach of the clinic's services.
Substance Abuse Clinic
SAC, directed by Dr. Dennis McChargue, treats a variety of individuals (e.g., college students, community persons, court-mandated and non-court mandated) with primary substance use problems and coordinates the Alcohol Skills Training Program (ASTP) , a cooperative service with the UNL Health Education Department designed to help UNL students examine problematic alcohol use following violation of the “dry campus” policy. SAC provides individual therapy, which is tailored to the client's specific needs and focuses on both abstinence-based and harm reduction approaches and intensive outpatient therapy ( IOT ), which is reserved for individuals mandated to substance abuse treatment from the University and local agencies and is designed to motivate clients to change their use patterns, and address difficulties in quitting.
The Telehealth clinic, directed by Dr. Debra Hope, is an outreach service whose mission is to serve individuals who have limited access to quality mental health services due to geographic location. Services are provided via teleconferencing and are limited to clients of specific programs that contract with the clinic, such as the Department of Health and Human Services.
For More Information
To obtain these specialty services or more information, call the PCC: (402) 472-2351.