Building Bridges provides opportunities for students and faculty to learn effective ways to make higher education a positive experience for all students, but especially Native American students.
The Clinical Program prepares clinical psychologists who will work effectively as scientist-practitioners within the culturally diverse world. The program offers a broad exposure to a variety of clinical and research training opportunities with children, adolescents and adults.
The mission of the DMHI is to promote, develop, and apply both practice and research in disaster mental health. DMHI faculty are engaged both nationally and internationally in disaster preparedness and response, crisis intervention, refugee mental health, service to Native American communities and research.
The Psychological Services Center is an outpatient clinic which provides treatment services to children, adults, couples and families through a variety of modalities including brief, longer term, individual, marital, family, and group psychotherapy.
Our Psychology program is the most comprehensive in the state of South Dakota and has won several national awards for excellence. The curriculum provides coverage of the core areas of general and experimental psychology as well as exposure to psychological applications in several areas.