The Duke Psychology Clinic has been providing psychological services to the Triangle community for over twenty years. The Duke Psychology Clinic is part of the Department of Psychology at Duke University and functions as a training center. Psychotherapy is provided by advanced graduates in the Clinical Psychology Ph.D. program. Although the therapists are in training, this is partially offset by the intensive supervision they receive, the low fees the clinic is able to offer, and the enthusiasm the students bring to their work.

     Students are supervised by two faculty members: Dr. Ronald Batson, MD and Dr. David Rabiner, Ph.D. Dr. Batson is a Research Associate and Director of the Duke Psychology Clinic.  He is a licensed psychiatrist with expertise in the treatment of adult survivors of trauma. Dr. Rabiner is a Senior Research Scientist and the Director of Undergraduate Studies. He is a clinical psychologist with expertise in the management of behavioral and attentional problems among children and adolescents, as well as the clinical application of psychodiagnostic and personality assessment.

Benefits of the Duke Psychology Clinic

• Availability of long-term treatment
• Enthusiastic therapists supervised by experienced clinicians
• Affordable session fees
• Convenient location and hours
• Respected community reputation in the treatment of mental health    concerns

Contact the Duke Psychology Clinic – Call a Clinic Coordinator at 660-5771