ATTENTION: CHANGES DUE TO COVID-19 CONCERNS:
The IPS Center has been monitoring the COVID-19 virus and the potential impact on our clinic and clients. Divine Mercy University, the university in which the IPS Center functions, has decided to transition to online instruction. Based on this decision, as well as recent local, state, federal and regulatory agency recommendations, we are implementing the following temporary procedures to reduce the risk of transmission of the disease in our Center and keep our clients, clinicians, and staff members safe:
Beginning on Monday March 16th and extending through June 2020, the IPS Center will be closed for all appointments. Please refer to the IPS Center website and/or our voicemail greeting for updates regarding the clinic status.
If you are experiencing a clinical emergency, please dial 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.
Due to the closure, the IPS Center is not accepting new clients. If you are interested in initiating clinical services, we strongly recommend that you reach out to other providers that may be able to see you while the Center is closed. Below is a list of a few helpful resources:
The IPS Center is an outpatient mental health facility providing clinical services to adults, adolescents, children, families and couples. Services are provided by advanced doctoral students, closely supervised by licensed clinical psychologists. We are committed to providing the community with high quality, affordable mental health services that understand the emotional, biological, social, spiritual and psychological aspects of a person. Clients of any faith or background are welcome at the Center.
At the heart of such treatment is a deep respect for the dignity of each person and a commitment to providing appropriate state-of-the-art services within the context of each individual’s culture, race, religion and gender. All services are provided on a confidential basis as we adhere to the strict guidelines of HIPAA and state laws.
The IPS Center is part of the Clinical Psychology Psy.D. program operated by the Institute for the Psychological Sciences (IPS) of Divine Mercy University.