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

Testimonials
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Anonymous
Speech-Language Pathology

"M" improved her articulation with the help of sessions tailored specifically to her interests, which made her more engaged.

Services
Hearing Aid Services
Literacy Scholars Program
Pastoral Counseling
Psychology Services
Speech and Language Therapy
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