Clinical Psychologists, P.C. is a group practice of psychologists serving the Auburn-Opelika and East Alabama area since 1980.
If you are faced with a difficult life challenge, overwhelming feelings of sadness or anxiety, unexpected illness, relationship problems, or are making a transition in your life and need some guidance, you may want to talk with a psychologist at Clinical Psychologists, PC (CPPC).
CPPC psychologists have a high level of training, receiving doctoral degrees after spending an average of seven years in education and training after they have completed college. They are licensed by the state, and adhere closely to ethical standards, including maintaining confidentiality, so that you can have a safe place to figure out your problems, challenges, or ways to become more effective in your work, relationships, and life.
Our psychologists have a variety of specialty areas. Some work with college students and adults, some work with children, some work with couples and families. All of us are committed to providing excellent psychological services that take into account your unique values, goals, and life circumstances.If you'd like to make an appointment, please call (334) 821-3350 and our office staff will be happy to help you.
These are some of the services that our experienced psychologists offer to the community:
- Individual therapy/counseling for adults, adolescents, and children
- Couple, family, and group therapy
- Psychological testing/evaluation
- Consultation with businesses, community organizations, schools, and Auburn University
- Forensic/court evaluations
If your questions are not answered by our website, feel free to contact us!
Office Safety Precautions in Effect During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Our office is taking the following precautions to protect our patients and help slow the spread of the coronavirus
- The waiting room inside the building will not be used.
- We ask all patients to wait in their vehicle or in the office courtyard (keeping a six-foot distance from others) until instructed to enter the building.
- Hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol is available upon entry to the building, in the restroom, and in each of the offices within the building.
- Psychologists and staff will all wear masks.
- Psychologists and staff will maintain safe distancing.
- Office seating within the psychologists' offices have been arranged for appropriate physical distancing.
- Psychologists' offices are sanitized between appointments.
- Restroom soap dispensers are maintained and psychologists, staff, and patients are encouraged to wash their hands thoroughly and frequently.
- In-person appointments are scheduled at specific intervals and on alternating days to minimize the number of people in the building at any one time.
- Patients' payment cards are kept on file and copays are charged after the therapy session has been completed in order to eliminate the exchange of credit cards, receipts, and pens multiple people.
- Physical contact is not permitted.
- Tissues and trash bins are easily accessed. Trash is disposed of on a frequent basis.
- Common areas are disinfected throughout the day and thoroughly at the end of each day.