The Loyola Clinical Centers (LCC) provides state-of-the-art facilities and treatment for people experiencing difficulties in the areas of psychology, literacy, hearing, speech, and language.

The LCC operates from two locations: Belvedere Square and Loyola's Columbia Graduate Center in Columbia, Howard County. Some services are also provided off-site through partnerships with schools and community agencies.

From these locations, the LCC is devoted to wellness in every aspect—from wellness of an individual or a family, to wellness of the community as a whole. Operating under the auspices of Loyola University Maryland, the Loyola Clinical Centers serves a dual function: to provide hands-on clinical training to Loyola graduate students and to supply affordable, quality care to underserved members of the greater Baltimore community. The collaboration between community, students, and expert clinicians at the LCC shows that integrated care is truly a benefit for everyone.

Mission

The Loyola Clinical Centers’ mission is to provide state of the art comprehensive clinical education to graduate students in psychology/behavioral health, speech-language pathology, audiology, and literacy. We train students in best practices to deliver evidence-based assessment and intervention services to individuals and families of all ages, cultural backgrounds, and socio-economic statuses. The Centers’ mission is to provide access to care regardless of financial resources and promote an inclusive environment for the citizens of Baltimore City and surrounding communities.

Vision

In line with Loyola University’s vision, the Loyola Clinical Centers aspires to educate and train future health care professionals to lead and serve in their communities and foster inclusive, equitable environments with particular attention to the underserved so all have the potential to develop, change, and lead fulfilled and meaningful lives.

Explore Our Facilities

Nestled in Belvedere Square, the Loyola Clinical Centers welcomes people of all ages, cultural backgrounds, and socioeconomic statuses to its professional, accessible, and inclusive environment. Clients and their families benefit from a wholistic dedication to confidentiality, professionalism, compassion, and use of state-of-the-art technology.

A Message from Executive Director Kara Vincent

The Jesuits speak of constantly challenging ourselves to strive for the magis—the greater, the more. At the Loyola Clinical Centers that means working to provide the best possible care to our clients and their families and caregivers.

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