Do you need us?
1. How can we help you?

With the Loyola Clinical Centers’ multidisciplinary services and treatment, there’s more than one way to solve a problem. However, we understand that, sometimes, it’s hard to figure out where to begin. That’s why we are here to help. Please review the questions below that may reflect your — or your family’s — situation. From there, we can point you in the right direction and provide you with the help you need.

People who need Psychology services typically have these kinds of concerns:

  • Have you been feeling sad, worried or angry more than usual?
  • Are problems with your temper, stress level, mood, or behavior causing trouble at home or in the workplace?
  • Are you or your child having trouble with relationships? Do you wish you could have more fulfilling relationships? Does your child need help making or keeping friends?
  • Have you lost someone important to you? Are you grieving the loss of someone important to you?
  • Are you dealing with the effects of abuse or another traumatic event?
  • Do you think you or your child has a learning disability? Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)?
  • Do you need testing to get accommodations or special services at school?
  • Are you having trouble handling your child’s behavior?
  • Is your child having trouble following rules, controlling his anger, or paying attention?

People who need Pastoral Counseling services typically have these kinds of concerns:

  • Would you like your spiritual/ religious beliefs incorporated into counseling?
  • Are you looking for a counselor who is specifically trained in the integration of spirituality and psychology?
  • Have you lost someone important to you? Are you grieving the loss of someone important to you?
  • If you are seeking services for a family member, would he/she be more comfortable with someone who could integrate spiritual beliefs into the counseling session?
  • Are you dealing with the effects of abuse or another traumatic event?
  • Are you having difficulty with life's transitions (i.e. divorce, personal growth, grief/loss) and you would like to see a counselor who can incorporate spiritual beliefs into the healing process?

People who need Literacy Scholar services typically have these kinds of concerns:

  • Are you concerned that your child isn't reading as much, or enjoying reading and/or writing, as s/he seems to want to?
  • Are you concerned that your child isn't excited about, or expresses no interest, in reading?
  • Has your child's teacher said he/she isn't learning to read?
  • Are you concerned that your child's reading/writing skills are behind where they should be?

People who need Speech-Language Pathology Services and/or Audiology services typically have these kinds of concerns:

  • Are you concerned that your child isn’t talking as much, hearing, or responding as s/he should be for his/her age?
  • Are you looking for a social skills group for your child to address pragmatic speech and language problems?
  • Are you concerned that your hearing is changing with aging?
  • Are you concerned that you have run out of insurance coverage and still would benefit from speech and language services?
  • Are you looking for a place to have yours/ or a family members, hearing or speech and language evaluated?
3. Contact Info

The Loyola Clinical Centers
410-617-1200
theclinics@loyola.edu