Operated by the college's department of clinical and health psychology, faculty provide evaluations and treatments for patients with a variety of problems as well as cognitive and diagnostic assessments for a number of issues.
PHHP faculty, staff and students stepped up to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic in extraordinary ways. As we reflect on an unforgettable year, we highlight a few of their contributions.
Clinical psychology doctoral students provide psychotherapy, psychoeducation and family/marriage counseling.
Occupational therapy students help patients with tasks of daily living following illness or injury, such as dressing, medication management, hobbies or adaptive sports.
Physical therapy students offer evaluation and treatment, follow-up treatments, blood pressure and strength/flexibility screenings and referrals to specialists.
Students work to support health systems and their patients, workforce, and communities facing the COVID-19 pandemic through interprofessional student service-learning projects.
Improving the health of our community by bridging gaps in health care and health research
Providing driver rehabilitation services for clients in the greater Gainesville area and throughout north central Florida
College faculty and students are working on a number of research and training projects around the world