Saint Louis University

Psychological Services Center

Making an Appointment

Office Hours

We are open for appointments 8:30AM to 8:00PM Monday through Thursday and 8:30AM to 6:00PM on Friday. 

Scheduling Appointments

To schedule an appointment, please call 314-977-2278.  The receptionist will ask you for your contact information and then one of our intake staff, a graduate trainee, will call you for a 20-30 minute telephone interview.  The purpose of the interview is to identify the services you need and match you with a clinician who is best suited to provide those services.  (If we are not able to provide the services you need, we will give you the name(s) of other providers.)  After the phone interview, you are assigned to a clinician who will call you to set an appointment.  Please note that all requests for services are handled confidentially.

We aim to contact you for the telephone interview within 24 hours after you have spoken with the receptionist and within a week after the intake to set an appointment.  If you need specialized treatment or assessment (e.g., child, trauma, eating disorders) it can sometimes take longer since the clinician might not be immediately available.   


We offer a sliding fee scale with fees based on gross annual household income.

Fees for counseling and psychotherapy range from $10 to $65.

Fees for assessment vary according to the type of assessment requested.

  • Psychological Evaluation: $85 to $450
  • LD/ADHD Evaluation: $150 to $800
  • Neuropsychological Evaluation: $200 to $875

We require a $50 retainer for all assessments before we set an appointment.

Fees are provided during the intake before you begin treatment or assessment.


Our services are provided by graduate students in our doctoral program and therefore many insurance carriers, including Medicaid and Medicare, will not reimburse for psychotherapy or psychological testing.  If you believe your insurance may cover our services, we are happy to provide a receipt you can submit to your carrier.

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