Classroom Building, Suite 188
757.352.4488 (Phone) I 757.352.4362 (Fax)
Mailing Address: Psychological Services Center
1000 Regent University Drive, CRB 188
Virginia Beach, VA 23464
The Psychological Services Center provides outreach as a professional counseling resource center to Regent’s students and the Hampton Roads community. It is accredited by the American Psychological Association through the Doctor of Psychology Clinical Program within the School of Psychology & Counseling. The center is staffed by clinical psychologists who offer supervision to doctoral and master’s level students. Clinical psychology doctoral students provide clinic services and trainees perform assessments and/or clinical services, under supervision. Trainees also offer services regularly at the Career Resource Center (Regent University Student Services) and off campus at Virginia Beach Court Services Unit.
Evening appointments: Available on select days until 8 pm
The following services are not offered by our clinic.
Director, Psychological Services Center
Associate Professor (2015)
Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, Biola University
Assistant Director, Psychological Services Center
Assistant Professor (2014)
Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, Biola University
Associate Professor (2012)
Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, Kent State University
|William L. Hathaway
Dean, School of Psychology & Counseling
Post-doctoral Fellow, University of Massachusetts Medical Center ADHD clinic
Post-doctoral Fellow, Geriatric Neuropsychology & Research, New Orleans V.A.M.C. & DePaul Hospital
Ph.D., M.S., University Memphis
Program Director, M.S. in General Psychology
Assistant Professor (2016)
Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, Regent University
Ph.D., Counseling Psychology, Virginia Commonwealth University
Assistant Dean for Academics
Ph.D., Counseling Psychology, University of Southern California
Assistant Professor (2016)
Ph.D., Clinical Child Psychology, University of South Alabama
Psy.D. Clinical Psychology, Wheaton College
Manages overall PSC administrative systems and processes.
Provides administrative training for 2nd Year PsyD student service providers.
Provides administrative training and supervision of team of Administrative Graduate Assistants.
Liaison with other Regent administrative offices and large pool of community partners.
Kamil Danawa, Gabrielle Montez, Katherine Livi and Hannah Harden
The Psychological Services Center is committed to assisting the School of Psychology & Counseling faculty with their ongoing research endeavors. Regent University Psychological Services Center Research provides more information about current and past research.
The Psychological Services Center adheres to the highest standards of client care as outlined by the guidelines of the American Psychological Association* and state regulations.
Information disclosed to the service provider is held in strict confidence to facilitate quality therapeutic alliances and assessment experiences. In certain circumstances, it may become necessary to break that confidence to ensure safety.
These circumstances include threats directed at another person, threats to injure or harm oneself, indications of elder abuse and/or indications of child abuse. In these cases, the goals of safety and the client’s well being are central.
Clinic staff may need to consult with or involve other mental health professionals and/or public safety representatives to address safety concerns.
* Commission on accreditation, American Psychological Association (APA) (202) 336-5979.
If you find that your problem is affecting your daily functioning, it may be beneficial to consult with a therapist. When you become preoccupied with the issue, have difficulty concentrating on other areas of your life, or have notable mood shifts, you are restricted from living a full life. Consulting with a therapist is a resourceful exchange that can help to gain perspective and identify alternative ways to handle the situation. People also meet with a therapist to optimize their life.
Clinical records are kept confidential based on legal and ethical standards. In addition to Virginia laws which govern the quality handling of clinical records, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) mandates storing, transfer, and copy practices of all medical records. The Psychological Services Center adheres to the high standards of HIPAA practice and all state laws governing clinical records.
Yes. Depending on the presenting concern, some clients benefit from participating in multiple forms of treatment. Other options include couple therapy, and when offered, group therapy. It is important to discuss all aspects of your situation with your therapist so that an appropriate placement can be made.
The duration of therapy depends on your presenting concern. Treatment length should be discussed with your therapist. Factors that impact treatment outcomes include how frequently you meet with your therapist, how committed you are to working on your issues outside of the session, and the severity of the problem.
Yes. You are invited to attend workshops and discussion groups (Cultural Diversity Lunch Series and Paradigm Shift Initiative) that are facilitated through the PSC. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
For more answers, please contact us at email@example.com or use the Questions/Comments form in the tile below.
Regent University Psychological Services Center (PSC) makes every effort to provide current and relevant information on its web page. The user agrees to abide by federal copyright laws and all other applicable laws of the United States and/or the state of Virginia, as well as the terms of this disclaimer. The web page (system) provides information regarding the services of the PSC and disclaims any liability whatsoever for any information, documentation, programs, software, or other material (‘information’) that is or may become a part of the system. The user is hereby informed that by accessing and using this system, he or she assumes the risk that the information and documentation contained on the system may be offensive, inaccurate, incomplete, and/or may not meet the needs of the user. The entire risk as to the use of the system is assumed by the user.
Note: The content of this disclaimer was inspired by material retrieved from the University of Florida web site disclaimer.
* These are subject to change. Please call 352.4488 for the latest information.
There is a .50 cent per page fee for copying records. To request record copies, the client must present a state issued picture ID, a notarized release of information, and allow 72 hours to process the request (excluding holidays and semester breaks).
Payments can be made by cash (exact change appreciated) or check made payable to Regent University. No credit cards are accepted. A receipt will be provided for payments to your account.
Insurance is not accepted at the PSC and cannot be billed for services.
Call the Psychological Services Center at (757)352-4488 to schedule an appointment. The intake appointment is usually scheduled for 1.5 hours to allow for an initial evaluation of your concern.
Please do not email for appointment scheduling.
Call 24 hours before your appointment to cancel or reschedule appointments. Charges may be applied for cancellations less than 24 hours in advance or for missed appointments.
Please do not email for appointment rescheduling. Messages may not be retrieved in time to adjust the service provider’s schedule, and you may still be charged for a missed appointment.
Email and question/comment form are for seeking information only. Policy does not permit email communication with individuals once they become clients of the Psychological Services Center.
Clients are responsible for making every possible effort to keep their appointments in order to make progress toward established goals and to effectively partner with their therapists.
If you cannot keep an appointment, please contact the PSC as soon as possible at 352.4488 to cancel and/or reschedule.
Clients who cancel appointments less than 24 hours in advance, or who fail to keep their scheduled appointments (except for emergencies), are subject to payment of the fee assigned to the scheduled service. Payment of this fee will be expected prior to the next scheduled session.
Clients arriving more than 10 minutes late to their scheduled appointments may be asked to reschedule.
The Psychological Services Center features the Cultural Diversity Lunch Series each fall and spring. This is an initiative designed to promote cultural awareness, student professional development, and spiritual integration. It also facilitates community partnerships with Regent University. As of spring 2005, the program provides Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) for selected presentations. Mental health professionals will have the opportunity to get licensure credit for participating in the series, depending on state laws regulating their license status.
Students enrolled in the clinical psychology doctoral program (Psy.D.) are encouraged to submit presentation proposals that can be facilitated alone, with a fellow student, with a Regent faculty member, or a representative from the Hampton Roads community. After a review process (faculty and student representative), selected presentations are featured in the fall and spring series. The presentations are 1-1.5 hours in length and address the various dimensions of diversity (e.g., race/ethnicity, socioeconomic status, gender, physical ability, marital status, sexual orientation, and spiritual/religious orientation).
One Continuing Education Hour is available for Cultural Diversity Series events.
|The Fermata: Creating Pause to Facilitate Conversation Between Psychology and the Church||Morgan Nicholas & Amber Perkins||TBD|
|Minority Health Disparity Awareness||Courtney Brown & Maura Jenkins|
To register, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please use the “Submit Proposal” tab below to submit your proposal.
The Paradigm Shift Initiative is a dialogue-based forum to explore Christian perspectives that address life’s difficult questions and challenges from an integrative psychological framework.
Books are selected prior to each meeting to guide topical discussions along the various dimensions of spirituality, moral development, ethical practices, and psychological well-being. The mode of discussion is geared to address compelling integration challenges from a Socratic framework (questioning areas without clear answers). Meetings are scheduled for one-hour blocks and are open to all Regent students, staff, and faculty, as well as representatives from the Hampton Roads community.
|Date & Time||Title||Presenters||Location|
|11/16/16||Social Justice Issues in Psychology||TBA|
|Allyship & Battle Fatigue||Dr. Cassandra Page, Courtney Brown, Ashley Langlois|
|History of Racial Bias in Psychology Testing||Nicole Scott & Emily Soukhanouvong|
|Judicial Outcomes for Adolescent Offenders: Racial Bias & Implications||Johanna Riojas & Lauren Jacobs|
Stay posted for Paradigm Shift Initiative events 2017-18.
Please use the “Submit Proposal” tab below to submit your proposal.
The Emergency Crisis Line: 757-627-5433
The Virginia Beach Psychiatric Center: 757-496-6000
The Psychological Services Center has selected key areas to develop the Self-Help Brochures Series. Topics include help for addiction, depression, disorders and relationship violence. If you would like to speak with a therapist as a follow up to reading the brochure, please contact us at (757) 352.4488.
Want to know more about organizations like the American Psychological Association (APA), American Counseling Association (ACA) and Christian Association for Psychological Studies (CAPS)? Learn about them and access useful links to their sites.