A division of the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at the University of Iowa, the Seashore Psychology Clinic offers a wide range of psychological services for individuals in the community. The clinic is a training center for graduate students working toward their doctoral degrees in clinical science and is a setting for clinical research. Graduate students conduct their assessments and therapy under the close supervision of the clinical science faculty and clinic staff psychologists. Please note that all sessions are video-recorded. This is for supervision and training purposes and to ensure that all clients receive the highest-quality services.

Services for students, faculty, and staff

  • We offer individual psychotherapy for children and adults as well as parent-management training.
  • We also offer general psychological assessments as well as assessments for learning disorders and IDD waivers. We also perform gender-affirming evaluations.

Make an appointment

Contact the Seashore Clinic via email or phone to set up a 1:1 consultation. Visit their website for more information. 


There is no cost for this service. 


The clinic accepts applications from individuals and referrals from various agencies and professionals.  Because cases are selected to meet the training needs of the clinic and the expertise of our faculty supervisors, it is sometimes necessary to refer clients to other agencies.


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Stuit Hall
335 E. Jefferson Street
Iowa City, IA