Comprehensive Community Clinic:
Vision and Mission
The vision of the Department of Clinical and Professional Services is to prepare exemplary practitioners who make a meaningful difference in the community and in the lives of the individuals with whom they work.
The mission of the Department of Clinical and Professional Studies is to:
Prepare exemplary entry-level practitioners with the professional knowledge, skills, and disposition to deliver evidence-based practices to diverse individuals across the life span.
Prepare exemplary advanced-level practitioners with professional knowledge, skills, and dispositions to bring about systemic change through program evaluation, advocacy, and leadership.
Provide outreach to the community, including outreach through a comprehensive community clinic that delivers speech-language pathology, audiology, developmental reading instruction, special education, counseling, and related diagnostic and educational services.
Explore and communicate new knowledge through applied research.
Collaborative Service and Outreach
There is a common theme across our programs, which is delivering professional service to diverse students and clients
Prevent @ UWG - Campus-Wide Suicide Prevention Grant
Comprehensive program designed to prevent suicide and promote help-seeking behaviors for the general university population, specifically students.
Trains RAs, leaders of student organizations, faculty and staff to identify students at risk for suicide, make effective referrals, and break down barriers to help-seeking.
Three- year project funded by the Federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
Comprehensive Community Clinic
Provides learning opportunities for Clinical and Professional Studies students
Offer Services for the community in special education, counseling, communication sciences and disorders, and language and literacy.