The Tulane University Anxiety Disorders Clinic for Children and Adolescents is a university-based psychological clinic providing families in the greater New Orleans and surrounding areas with affordable, evidence-based mental health services. The Clinic serves as a training site for the School Psychology Doctoral Program at Tulane University and is staffed by graduate students under the supervision of licensed psychologists. Through their training in the Clinic, students gain experience in assessment and empirically-supported therapeutic approaches in the area of anxiety as well as ethical principles of practicing psychology.
Mission of the Clinic
The mission of the Tulane University Anxiety Disorders Clinic for Children and Adolescents is threefold:
- To provide low cost services for underserved populations.
The clinic operates on income-adjusted fees for service.
- To serve as a clinical training site for graduate students in the School Psychology Doctoral Program at Tulane University.
- To serve as a translational research facility including for the conduction of basic and applied research.
(e.g., implementation of state of the art interventions and assessment of emotional disorders).