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Child / Pediatric Psychology

Child / Pediatric services within the Psychology division in the Behavioral Health Clinic focus on evidence-based therapy services for children and adolescents experiencing a range of psychological problems. Assessments for learning disabilities and ADHD are also conducted. Child / Pediatric services are provided by licensed clinicians as well as graduate students in the Psychology Department. All students work under supervision of doctoral-level, licensed psychologists.

A range of treatment approaches are used in addressing concerns including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Behavioral Parenting interventions. Individual therapy sessions are typically 45 minutes and occur once a week.

Services Provided

Therapy services are provided to address the following:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Peer relationship difficulties
  • Unhealthy eating
  • Eating Disorders
  • Body Image
  • Disruptive child behaviors, including ADHD
  • Parent-child relationship issues

Fee Information

Insurance is accepted for certain providers. Please call to obtain up-to-date information regarding providers who accept insurance and which insurance companies we can bill.

For services provided by students (under supervision of licensed psychologists), fees are set on a sliding scale according to the client’s income and the number of persons living in the household. A fee arrangement will be made with the clinic manager before the intake session.

Cancellation policy: Clients are required to give 24 hours’ notice for all cancellations. Failure to provide this notice may result in a charge.

Clinicians and Supervisors

The following are licensed psychologists who currently provide services and / or supervise Psychology student clinicians.


Monday–Thursday: 8:30 am–8:30 pm
Friday: 8:30 am–4:30 pm
Saturday–Sunday: CLOSED


To schedule an appointment or for any questions regarding services, please contact the Behavioral Health Clinic:

The Sorenson Center is not a crisis clinic.
In a crisis situation, please use one of the following resources:

  • Call 911 for immediate emergencies and physical health emergencies.
  • Call or text 988 to reach the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline.
  • Call the CAPSA Crisis Line at 435-753-2500 for domestic violence and sexual assault services in Cache Valley.