COVID-19 Information

The UCLA Psychology Clinic is offering psychological testing and assessment services. Please note that therapy services may be conducted remotely or in-person as needed. Assessments will be conducted in the form of both remote (telehealth) and in-person sessions. While select aspects of assessment can be reasonably conducted remotely, such as interviewing and providing feedback regarding assessment results, most testing procedures require or are most effectively conducted in person.

We highlight that our priority is to not only serve clients, but also to protect the safety and well-being of our clients, clinicians, and staff, and as such, we have a number of strict COVID-19 mitigation measures in place:

  • Current guidelines require all students, staff, clients, and any individual who needs to accompany a client (e.g., parent or legal guardian of a minor or dependent adult), to wear a face covering at all times when on campus and in the Clinic. If you or anyone who needs to accompany a client is not able to do so for any reason, then we are unable to provide assessment services to you at this time until further notice.
  • All students and staff are required to be fully vaccinated.
  • Students and staff are required to conduct a symptom screen prior to coming to campus. If a member of the Clinic personnel does not pass the symptoms screen or feels any signs of illness, no matter how mild, they will not perform work of any kind on campus.
  • Additionally, staff, clinicians, and clients (and anyone accompanying a client, if needed) will not be permitted come to campus if someone in their household becomes ill with COVID-19 symptoms or if they suspect they have come into contact with anyone who has become sick.

Other forms of COVID-19 mitigation measures include:

  • Strict disinfection/sanitization protocols for shared spaces, as well as testing materials, in accordance with guidelines provided by test publishers and organizations.
  • Plexiglas dividers in the Clinic main office as well as the testing rooms.
  • A floor marking indicates the 6 feet required for physical distancing between clients, staff, and students in the Clinic main office.
  • We will open the windows to increase airflow when possible (dependent on weather and ambient noise). Similarly, we will open windows in the Clinic main office when possible.
  • Hand sanitizer will be available in all Clinic rooms being used.
  • If desired, non-latex disposable gloves in various sizes will be available for you and/or your clinician to use. If used, gloves must not be worn in shared spaces, such as hallways and elevators, and you will be asked to use hand sanitizer immediately after removing gloves.
  • Students will engage in frequent handwashing and hand sanitization, and you are encouraged to do so as well.
  • All Clinic members will continue following the guidelines set by the University, city, county, and state when they are off campus to minimize their risk of infection. Additionally, in accordance with University guidelines, no one affiliated with the University will travel for anything University related, and all Clinic members will be discouraged from non-essential personal, international and domestic travel.
  • We will also ensure compliance with CDC’s Infection Control Guidance:

If you have any questions or are interested in being placed on our wait list for assessment services, please do not hesitate to contact the Clinic main office at (310) 825-2305.