The Speech/Language and Audiology Clinics provide diagnostic and therapeutic services to children and adults of all ages.
The outpatient services are an extension of Marywood University's undergraduate and graduate training programs in speech-language pathology. Services are provided by ASHA certified, and PA licensed professional staff of the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, and students in their clinical practicum courses who are supervised by these professional staff.
Services provided at the clinic include evaluations and treatment for both children and adults in the areas of:
Music Therapy Clinic
The Music Therapy Clinic serves as an outreach to special needs individuals living with mental and physical challenges.
The purpose of the Music Therapy Clinic is two-fold; namely, to provide music therapy majors with an educational opportunity for hands on one-on-one clinical experience under the supervision of a board certified-music therapist, and, secondly, as an outreach to those in the community with special needs. Services are offered to individuals with mental and physical challenges, attention deficit disorders, cerebral-palsy, autism spectrum, closed head injuries, Down syndrome, and other intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Psychological Services Center
The Psychological Services Center (PSC) is a clinic and training facility that provides therapeutic services to individuals of all ages.
The Psychological Services Center was created to facilitate the training and education of students enrolled in Psychology and Counseling programs at Marywood University and to make quality, low-cost mental health services available to the community. The Psychological Services Center provides outpatient evaluation, intervention, and educational services for children, adolescents, and adults; both daytime and evening appointments are available.