The University of Oregon Psychology Clinic is located in the Department of Psychology at the University of Oregon. The Psychology Clinic is a center for clinical training at the University of Oregon. As such, all services are provided by advanced graduate students in Clinical Psychology. Student clinicians work closely under the supervision of University of Oregon Psychology Department faculty members.
The Psychology Clinic is committed to providing the best mental health care services available to adults and adolescents living in the Eugene-Springfield area, including faculty, staff, and students at the University of Oregon. To accomplish this goal, we use empirically-supported techniques as the basis for designing, implementing, and evaluating our assessment and intervention procedures. The term “empirically-supported” means that we use techniques that have been found to be effective in the scientific literature. All of our services are informed by scientific research, whenever possible. We specialize in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Integrative Behavioral Couple Therapy. We provide individual and couple treatment programs.
For a complete listing of available services, go to Services & Fees.
Crystal Dehle, Ph.D.
Clinic Director, Supervisor
Dr. Dehle is licensed in Oregon as a Psychologist, the Director of the UO Psychology Clinic, and a Clinical Associate Professor at the UO. She has been involved in training therapists in individual psychotherapy for depression and anxiety using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Behavioral Activation for the last decade. She trained with one of the early developers of Behavioral Couple Therapy (Dr. Robert Weiss) at the University of Oregon, and has over 20 years of experience treating couples and training couples therapists.
Nick Allen, Ph.D.
Dr. Allen, is the Ann Swindells Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Oregon. He has been qualified as a clinical psychologist since 1988, and has worked in a variety of public and private mental health settings. He has been extensively involved in training of clinical psychologists in the use of cognitive behavioral and other evidence based techniques with adults and adolescents for nearly 25 years. He recently moved from Australia to take up his position at the University of Oregon in June 2014. He is currently a fully registered (licensed) psychologist in Australia, and is endorsed for practice in clinical psychology by the Australian Health Practitioners Registration Board. He will be obtaining his license in psychology in the state of Oregon during 2015.
Maureen Zalewski, Ph.D.
Dr. Zalewski is an assistant professor at the University of Oregon. She is a licensed psychologist in the state of Oregon (#2650). Dr. Zalewski was trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy for 2 years by Marsha Linehan, Ph.D., the treatment developer.
Stephenie Frank, M.S.
Ms. Frank has a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Oregon. Prior to joining the UO Psychology Department, she was a research assistant and supervisor at Oregon Research Institute where her work focused on diagnostic interviewing and training and supervising teams of interviewers. She also worked as an intake therapist and group facilitator at the Center for Community Counseling. In 2002, she joined the Psychology Department first as the Project Coordinator for a large, multi-site clinical trial working with depressed adolescents, and later as the Clinic Coordinator. Stephenie’s focus in the UO Psychology Clinic has been on training student therapists in evidence-based diagnostic interviews with adults and adolescents.