The Counseling Practicum Clinic offers counseling services to people in Muncie and the surrounding area. Counseling and counseling psychology graduate students work with clients under the supervision of licensed psychologists and counselors.
All counselors are well prepared for this work and are completing requirements for either the master's or doctoral degree. They are enrolled in programs preparing them for work in elementary and secondary schools, college and university counseling centers, community agencies, and hospitals.
To make an initial appointment, call 765-285-8047 and complete a brief telephone interview.
All clients have the right to receive timely, competent counseling services consistent with the ethical principles and guidelines established by professional organizations.
The Ball State Counseling Practicum Clinic is committed to respecting diversity. This commitment is reflected in the types of people we reach out to and by the diversity of our counselors. We hope that this commitment enhances our clients' experience.
Counseling services provided at the Counseling Practicum Clinic are guided by:
- The Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct
- The Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice of the American Counseling Association
- The General Guidelines for Providers of Psychological Services
- The Specialty Guidelines for the Delivery of Services by Counseling Psychologists