University of Oregon Psychology Clinic
Thank you for your interest in the University of Oregon Psychology Clinic!
The UO Psychology Clinic is the primary training site for doctoral students in the UO Clinical Psychology Program. We provide low-cost, high quality, evidence-based psychotherapy and psychological assessment services to adults and adolescents (14 or older) from the Eugene-Springfield area. We also provide services to faculty, staff, and students at the University of Oregon. Services are provided by advanced graduate students under the supervision of licensed psychologists.
We provide individual therapy for many common difficulties, including depression, social anxiety, phobias, panic attacks, generalized anxiety, trauma, sleep problems, PTSD, and OCD. We also provide couple therapy and DBT skills groups.
Use the links at the right to learn more about our Clinic, Staff, Services, and Fees.
All services for the Psychology Clinic are scheduled through the Associate Clinic Director, Ruth Ellingsen, PhD. Please call (541) 346-4954 to set up an appointment or to get more information about our services.
Emergency Information: If you are currently experiencing an emergency, please refer to the options listed below.
Students at the University of Oregon
- University Counseling Center
- UO After-Hours Support and Crisis Line
When calling the UO After-Hours Support and Crisis Line, please listen to the recording and press “1” when instructed. You will be connected with a crisis line professional who will help you sort out your concerns and help you find resources, if appropriate.
Eugene Community Members: 24 Hours/Day, 7 Days/Week, call:
- White Bird Crisis Intervention
- National Suicide Prevention Hotline
1 (800) 273-TALK
1 (800) SUICIDE
- Crisis Text Line
Text “start” to 741-741