Facilities and Resources The program has dedicated space allocated for its use in Science Hall East. Clinical Training Suite: The clinical training suite is a state-of-the-art facility that includes clinical practice rooms for dyads, a client monitoring and recording control room, two clinical practice rooms and a meeting room. This facility supports clinical training and may serve as a clinical and research resource as well. Graduate Teaching and Testing Room: This room is dedicated to the graduate program and is a repository for collection of tests, assessments, and media. It provides an ideal setting for test instruction and practice administration. Graduate Study Room: The graduate study room offers students a place of their own for studying, socializing, and generally developing a supportive graduate community. The room includes technology such as a projection system to provide students with a setting in which to practice their presentations for courses, conferences, and other professional endeavors. Program and University Videos and Assessment tools The university library provides appropriate resources for scholarly training. The library holds over 13,000 texts and provides access to over 300 print and electronic journals relevant to the field of Psychology. The library also provides students and faculty with online databases (e.g. PsycINFO, PsycTests, Proquest Dissertation and Theses). The library provides a state-of-the-art Interlibrary Loan and Document Delivery service free of charge. Supportive reference librarians are available to assist students and faculty with research in the library and via email. The library has recently acquired numerous DVD’s covering a variety of clinically-related areas. The library has individual and group instruction on the use of its resources. The library also has set aside 20 carrels equipped with electronic and network connections for graduate students. These may be reserved for up to one term through the library. The graduate program also owns dozens of videos relating to counseling and psychotherapy. Program videos and assessment instruments (in the context of an assessment class) must be signed out through a faculty member. A current inventory of our videos and assessment instruments is available on request. Funding for graduate student professional conference travel Travel support is available through the College of Humanities and Social Sciences Dean's Office and Office of the Provost for students that are presenting at professional conferences. Please consult with Program Director for more details.