SF State Psychology Training Clinic

The Psychology Clinic (415-338-2856) is open from September to mid-May on Monday-Thursday (and closed during the summer). We will begin seeing clients through telehealth and in person at the start of the fall semester 2021. Clients can meet with their therapist through zoom from the comfort of their home or at our in-person clinic on campus. Clients are not required to be located in San Francisco in order to use the services of the clinic. The only requirement is to be located in California.

We offer individual and group psychotherapy for a variety of concerns. Clients seek our services for issues with depression, anxiety, life transition stressors, and  relationship difficulties (to name a few). If you are unsure whether psychotherapy is right for you, come set an appointment with an intake therapist, discuss your concerns with him or her, and then decide at that time if it is something that can be helpful for you. There is no obligation to continue with therapy after an intake interview at the Psychology Clinic.

For information on our fees click here.

 

We are staffed by skilled graduate and post-graduate students who are receiving training in the SFSU Clinical Psychology Masters Program. All therapists work under the direct supervision of a licensed therapist.

We will begin scheduling intake meetings the week that classes start in the fall 2021.

 

The Director of the Psychology Clinic is David Gard, Ph.D. Professor of Psychology.

 

To read more on the process of getting started in therapy at the SF State Psychology Clinic, click here.

For additional referral options click here.