The Duke Psychology Clinic has been providing psychological services to the Triangle community for over twenty years and is committed to working with adults who are seeking services for a range of psychological and adjustment difficulties. As part of the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience at Duke University, the Clinic functions as a training center for the Ph.D. program in clinical psychology. Psychotherapy is provided by advanced graduate students who are supervised by experienced clinicians. With our commitment to training and intensive supervision, the Clinic is dedicated to providing high-quality care to our clients.
The Duke Psychology Clinic offers short- and long-term individual psychotherapy for adults seeking treatment for a range of psychological difficulties. The Clinic treats a wide-range of presenting concerns, including depression, anxiety, inattentiveness/hyperactivity, self-esteem, eating concerns, relationship difficulties, adjustment, and coping with stressors. In addition, the Clinic has a long-standing reputation in the community for effectively assisting individuals who have experienced traumatic events. Therapeutic work is individually-focused and clinicians work with their supervisors to tailor treatment to the needs of each client. The treatment approach utilized integrates principles from a range of evidence-based treatments in order to best address the client’s presenting concerns, including cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, and interpersonal approaches.
- Respected community reputation in the treatment of mental health concerns
- Affordable session fees
- Convenient location and flexible hours
- Assessment to further tailor treatment
- Availability of long-term treatment
- Enthusiastic therapists receiving supervision from experienced clinicians
Services are available to individuals throughout the community. Those seeking services or who would like to make a referral should begin by calling a Clinic Coordinator, (919) 660-5771. Because the Clinic is a training center, utmost care is taken to ensure we can provide appropriate services; clients in crisis or in need of a higher level of care are typically referred to a more suitable clinic.
During the academic year, clinic hours are 9a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Fridays. Hours are slightly abbreviated during the summer months.
Ronald Batson, M.D.
Director, Duke Psychology Clinic
Licensed Psychiatrist & Supervisor
David Rabiner, Ph.D.
Associate Dean, Trinity College of Arts and Sciences
Licensed Psychologist & Supervisor
Timothy Strauman, Ph.D
Director of Clinical Training, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
Professor, Department of Psychology & Neuroscience
Graduate Student, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
Financial Disclosures: Dr. Batson is a consultant to NCCRM.