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Psychoeducational Clinic

Support Services for Children, Adolescents and Learners of All Ages

The Clinic is part of the School Psychology Graduate Program at NC State University and is staffed by both faculty and graduate students. The Clinic is housed within the Department of Psychology on the sixth floor of Poe Hall on the main campus at NC State University. The Clinic serves both as a resource for the community by offering quality assessment and intervention services for learners of all ages and as a training facility for the American Psychological Association accredited doctoral program and the master’s degree with certificate of advanced studies program. 

Clinic services focus primarily on the assessment of social, emotional, behavioral and learning needs of students from pre-K through college. In addition to evaluation/assessment, the Clinic offers study skills and academic coaching, parent/teacher consultation, and individual therapy.


For more information contact:

NCSU Psychoeducational Clinic
Research Building IV, Box 7660
NC State University
Raleigh, NC 27695

Telephone: (919) 515-1713

Directions to Clinic:

The Clinic’s physical address is 909 Capability Drive, Suite 3100, Raleigh, NC 27695. The Clinic is located on NC State’s Centennial campus, in Research Building IV.

Natalie S. Murr, Ph.D.
Licensed Psychologist, HSP-P
Psychoeducational Clinic Director

Sasha Fradin, M.S.
Licensed Psychological Associate, HSP-PA

Whitney Griffin, Ph.D.
Licensed Psychologist, HSP-P