In addition to our various research labs, the CEPR has several affiliated Clinical Service units. The links below provide information on the current work of the department's clinical units.
Interprofessional Community Health Clinic
The clinical programs in CEPR participate in the university-wide Interprofessional Community Health Clinic (ICHC). Located in the Community Health Building, the ICHC is CEPR's in-house training clinic. Students in our Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling, and Rehabilitation Counseling master's programs, as well as doctoral students in our Counselor Education and Supervision and Counseling Psychology programs use the ICHC as one of their clinical placement sites. Students in these programs complete practica and internship experiences in the ICHC. Services include:
- Individual counseling
- Couples counseling
- Family Therapy
- Group counseling
- Psychological and psychoeducational evaluations
- Vocational counseling
Mid-South Access Center for Technology (Mid-South ACT)
The Mid-South Access Center for Technology (Mid-South ACT) is an assistive technology resource center providing services for individuals with disabilities in Memphis and the greater Mid-South region. Advancing technologies and strategies to empower people with disabilities is at the core or research and clinical services within the Mid-South ACT. Mid-South ACT is a affiliated with CEPR's Center for Rehabilitation and Employment Research (CRER).
TigerLIFE (Tigers Learning Independence Fostering Education and Employment), is the largest and most ethnically diverse program for intellectually/developmentally disabled adults in the state of Tennessee. Founded in January 2013, TigerLIFE operates under the University of Memphis Institute on Disability (UMID). We offer a diverse curriculum designed to help young adults succeed in obtaining and maintaining employment, and live independently as citizens of the Memphis/Shelby community. With support from several stakeholders, our goal is to guide our students down the path to employment and help them become integrated in the working world alongside their non-disabled peers.