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The ASPIRE Clinic offers a range of holistic services to meet your needs and help you reach your goals, including therapy, financial counseling & financial planning, nutrition education, and legal problem-solving.

  • Our ASPIRE therapists can assist with relational concerns that may occur at home, work, and school. Therapists can help to resolve a range of issues with partners, family members, and children. Find out more about our therapy service providers and their interest areas. 

    To clarify the scope of our services, there are also specific things that our therapy services do not cover. They include:

    • psychological evaluations and testing
    • developmental or disability testing for children & adolescents
    • custody evaluations
    • drug/alcohol treatment services
    • prescribing medication
  • If you are struggling with an individual concern, a past experience, or want to increase your well-being, our ASPIRE Clinic therapists can assist with a variety of issues. Find out more about our therapy service providers and their interest areas. 

    To clarify the scope of our services, there are also specific things that our therapy services do not cover. They include:

    • psychological evaluations and testing
    • developmental or disability testing for children & adolescents
    • custody evaluations
    • drug/alcohol treatment services
    • prescribing medication
  • ASPIRE therapists offer pre-marital therapy through Prepare. Prepare is an evidence-based program that is designed to help you build a stronger and happier marriage. The Prepare program lasts a minimum of 6 sessions (1.5-2 hours), plus a brief orientation meeting (30-50 minutes). 

    The cost of the program is $215 (includes couple materials and session fees), with payment for the program due at the first appointment. An additional $34.95 is collected from Prepare-Enrich online to complete their required inventory, for a total cost of $250. If you are interested in Prepare, please complete and submit the registration form to aspire@uga.edu alongside your request for services.

  • ASPIRE financial service providers can help with a variety of money-related concerns and behaviors. Our financial planning students assist you with developing goals and strategies that improve your financial well-being. Find out more about our financial service providers and their interest areas. 

    To clarify the scope of our services, there are also specific things that our financial services do not cover, including filing bankruptcy and specific investment advice. For specific investment advice, you can identify a licensed investment professional through the following organization: http://www.napfa.org

  • Having a healthy diet, eating nutritious foods, and participating in physical activity are a vital part of well-being and feeling satisfied. Our ASPIRE nutrition service providers are available to help you begin eating better and can address a variety of food-related questions and concerns. Find out more about our nutrition service providers and their interest areas. 

    ASPIRE service providers-in-training are unable to give diet and nutrition advice regarding specific medical conditions. Please contact a licensed dietician or a medical professional.

  • When faced with a legal question or concern, it can be confusing and overwhelming. Our legal problem-solving team can assist with civil-related legal questions and typically engage clients in a process called “pre-lawyering,” a way to access preliminary information and guidance on legal problems. Our team does not take cases to court or cannot act as your legal representative but can help you understand your rights and find information and solutions. Find out more about our legal service providers and their interest areas. 

    Our legal problem solvers, like all of our ASPIRE providers, are in-training. Due to current law, our student providers must consult with their supervisor before providing you concrete advice and guidance. Depending on the complexity of the legal situation, this process can take several weeks. Thus, it is best to schedule an appointment as soon as possible if you have a pending court date or other time-sensitive concerns. We want to provide timely service and advice, but must also comply with professional guidelines and laws.

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