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What is the School Psychology Clinic?

The School Psychology Clinic is a training facility for graduate students who are preparing to become school psychologists.  The clinic, which is operated by the Psychology Department at California University of Pennsylvania, offers psychological testing services to the public and University community.

What Specific Testing Services Does The Clinic Offer?

A wide range of psychological services are available through the School Psychology Clinic.  Assessments are frequently completed to examine the following referral issues:

  • Intellectual ability
  • Learning disabilities
  • Early Kindergarten admission
  • Educational and vocational planning
  • Behavioral problems
  • Social / emotional adjustment

Who Is On The Clinical Staff?

Evaluations are typically completed by graduate students who are completing their training in the School Psychology program. Supervision is provided by faculty members  from the Psychology Department at California University of Pennsylvania

Who Is Eligible For Services?

Services are available to anyone in the University community or the general public, regardless of race, color, gender, religion, national origin, age, disability, ancestry, or sexual orientation.

How Does Someone Get Referred To The Clinic?

Simply call the clinic or the Psychology Department office to schedule an appointment. Please be advised that the signature of a parent or guardian is required before a minor child can be evaluated.

How Many Appointments Will Be Needed?

A minimum if two appointments is required.  The initial appointment includes an intake interview and the evaluation.  During the second appointment, results and recommendations will be shared.  Additional appointments may be necessary to complete the evaluation.

How Long Is An Evaluation Session?

An Evaluation session usually requires from 90 minutes to three hours. A waiting room is available but parents may leave the clinic during the evaluation session.

Who Can Access Personal Reports?

Reports will be released only with the permission of the client or, in the case of a minor, the permission of a parent or guardian.  With permission, reports will be given only to professionals involved directly with the client.

What Is The Cost?

  • A fee of $100 is charged for an evaluation of behavior or learning difficulties or vocational exploration.
  • A fee of $200 is charged for gifted or early kindergarten admission assessment.

Clinic Hours

Clinic services are available most weekdays between 9 a.m and 4 p.m. Other hours are available by appointment.  All evaluations are scheduled by appointment.

Professional Staff

  • Elizabeth Mason, Ph.D., N.C.S.P
    Licensed and Certified School Psychologist
    Clinic Director
  • Kirk R. John, Ed.D., N.C.S.P.
    Licensed and Certified School Psychologist
  • Angela Bloomquist, Ed.D., N.C.S.P.
    Certified School Psychologist
  • Dana Schneider, Ph.D., N.C.S.P.
    Certified School Psychologist


Phone: 724-938-4403

Psychology Office

Phone: 724-938-4100
Fax: 724-938-4406


School Psychology Clinic Brochure

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