The USC Aiken Psychology Clinic is a psychological service, training, and research center that provides treatments for clients with a variety of problems. In addition, we offer cognitive and diagnostic assessments for a number of issues.
The clinic provides general mental health services for adjustment and phase of life issues (e.g., divorce, family discord) as well as treatment in specialty areas such as anxiety, trauma, depression, and childhood behavior problems.
While most appointments are currently being conducted virtually, we have resumed seeing clients in-person on an as needed basis.
Please call 803-641-3775 if you are seeking services or want additional information about the clinic.
The USC Aiken Psychology Clinic is located in the Psychology Department, Suite 202 in the Penland Administration Building on the USC Aiken campus. Parking is available in the visitor spaces in front of the building.
Bridget Cho, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Clinical Psychology
Anne Ellison, Ed.D.
Associate Professor, School Psychology
Jane Stafford, Ph.D.
Professor, Director, Clinical Psychologist