The Psychological Services Center (PSC) was established in 1971 as a facility for training, service, and research at Oklahoma State University. Within the PSC is the Marriage and Family Clinic (MFC), which specializes in treatment of marital, premarital, and family problems. These clinics are operated by the Department of Psychology through the College of Arts and Science. The PSC is located in 118 North Murray Hall on the OSU campus and is accessible to individuals with a physical disability.
Services: The PSC provides services to children, adolescents, and adults. Services are available to residents of Stillwater and the surrounding community, as well as to OSU students, faculty, and staff. The PSC offers a variety of psychological services, including but not limited to:
- Adult and Child Individual Therapy for Adjustment Problems, Depression, Anxiety, and Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Couples and Family Therapy
- Assessments for Learning Disabilities, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Emotional/Behavioral problems, Autism, and other Developmental Disabilities; the PSC Assessment Clinic does not conduct forensic evaluations, custody evaluations, and/or court-ordered evaluations.
- School-Based Parent Education and Support for parents of children with behavior problems
- School-Based Social Skills Groups for children with peer relationship problems
- Group Therapy (e.g., Meditation and Stress Reduction, Emotion Regulation, and Healthy Relationships)
- The Psychological Services Center, affiliated with the Department of Psychology at Oklahoma State University, will be offering a Meditation & Stress Reduction group for individuals who would like assistance with handling stress, worry, sadness, and/or distress related to chronic pain. Learn mindfulness and yoga practice for stress reduction and enhanced well-being. The group is scheduled to begin during June 2015 through mid-July 2015. Fees will be assessed on a sliding scale. If you believe you would be interested in participating in such a group, or would like more information, please contact our staff at 405-744-5975 as soon as possible.
Please follow this link for information on your rights as a client of the PSC and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA).
Fees: Initial, required intake appointments are $10, and therapy session fees are calculated according to a sliding scale based upon level of income, with fees starting at $10 per session. Fees for assessments are also based on a sliding scale and range from $150-$1000. OSU students pay a standard fee of $250.
Staff: The PSC's staff includes doctoral students in the clinical psychology training program. Student therapists are supervised by Clinical Psychologists in the Department of Psychology. Although the exact composition may change from year to year, the staff is generally composed of individuals from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds.
Hours: The PSC is open Monday through Friday our hours of operation are 8 am until 5 pm. Evening appointment are available on an individual basis.
Contacting Us: To learn more about our services or arrange an intake appointment, please call us at (405) 744-5975. We are located on the OSU Campus at 118 N. Murray Hall, across Monroe Street from Theta Pond.
Psychological Services Center
Oklahoma State University
118 N. Murray Hall
Stillwater, Oklahoma 74078-0250
Supervising Clinical Psychology Faculty
Matt Alderson, Ph.D.
Director, Psychological Services Center
John M. Chaney, Ph.D.
Director, Marriage and Family Clinic
Lana Beasley, Ph.D.
Stephanie Mullins-Sweatt, Ph.D.
Tony Wells, Ph.D.
LaRicka Wingate, Ph.D.
*The APA can be contacted in writing at American Psychological Association, 750 First Street, NE, Washington DC 20002-4242,by telephone at 800.374.2721 and 202.336.5510, by TDD/TTY at 202.336.6123, or you can visit their website at www.apa.org
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996
Oklahoma State University is committed to protecting the privacy of your health information. Under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), we have formalized our practices related to maintaining the privacy and security of medical information. This Web site provides information on your rights as a patient of Yale University and how to act on these rights.
Right to be informed of our privacy practices
Our practices related to protecting the privacy of your health information are described in our PSC HIPAA Privacy Notice (HPN). The HPN describes how we use your information to provide treatment to you, to obtain payment for that treatment and for our internal operations. You will be given a copy of the HPN at your first visit after July 1st, 2005. We will also ask you to sign an acknowledgement indicating that you have been given a copy of our HPN. Signing the acknowledgement is not required for us to continue to protect the privacy of your health information as described in the HPN. We ask for your signature so that we can keep track of who has been given a copy of our HPN.
Right to request access to your health information
You have the ability to request a copy of your health information or to allow others to have access to your health information. If you would like a copy of your health information, we have a request to inspect and copy records. If you would like some of your health records sent to someone else, for example to another physician or to your employer, you will need to complete our release of information form indicating that you agree to our releasing the information.
Right to amend your health information
If you believe that there is an error in our records, you can request that we correct them using our request for correction or amendment of PHI form. We will review the information as requested and either make the correction or let you know why we think our information is correct.
Right to request confidential communication of your health information
We normally send information relating to your care to the address and phone numbers you have provided. However, if you would like to have the information sent elsewhere to protect the confidentiality of the information, you may do so by completing our restriction form.
Right to request restrictions on the use and disclosure of your health information
You may request that we restrict who has access to your health information using our request restrictions form. Note however, that some requests will not be possible for us to accept. We currently limit the information that we use to only that information which is necessary to provide quality medical care, to receive payment for that care, for managing our operations and to meet legal requirements such as reporting of communicable diseases. This means that only those individuals who need to have access to your records are allowed access and even then that they only examine those portions of your records which are needed to perform their job. Requests which would make it difficult to perform these functions mean that we would not be able to provide the best care to you and thus we can not accept them.
Right to request an accounting of people to whom we have disclosed your health information
HIPAA requires that we keep track of people, with few exceptions, who have been given access to your health information for purposes not related to your treatment, payment, our health care operations, or for whom you have not authorized us to provide access. To request a list of any of these disclosures, you may complete our client request for disclosures of health information form.
Ability to express concerns or to ask questions
If you have any concerns about the privacy of your health information or if you have questions about our procedures, you may contact our HIPAA Privacy Office at:
HIPAA Privacy Officer
118 N Murray
Stillwater, OK 74078