Metro Detroit clinic offers minimal cost mental health support to those in need

Michigan School of Psychology Clinic officially opens

Michigan School of Psychology opens mental health clinic. (Michigan School of Psychology)

FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. – The Michigan School of Psychology has officially opened a clinic meant to offer mental health care at a minimal cost to people in Metro Detroit.

The Diane S. Blau Building in Farmington Hills houses the clinic, a large lecture hall, a student lounge, office spaces and meeting room spaces.

The clinic is located at 26811 Orchard Lake Rd Building B in Farmington Hills. Students provide care to community members under the supervision of faculty psychologists.

The clinic has been serving patients since January of 2020. Most of the clinic’s mental health services were conducted remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Anyone interested in receiving services can call the clinic at 248-919-0063 or email Click here to learn more about the clinic.

The clinic aims to deliver mental health care to anyone who needs it. That includes children, adolescents, adults, couples and groups. The clinic serves clients from Oakland, Macomb, Wayne and Washtenaw counties.

They offer affordable psychological testing for school-age children and ABA treatment for people with Autism or developmental disorders.

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