Clinical Services & Support

The Interprofessional Clinic (IPC) at Appalachian State University's Appalachian Institute for Health and Wellness offers a variety of clinical and support services to the High Country and App State communities.

IPC provides an environment where healthcare professionals, faculty, students and community members work together to provide high quality, affordable programs and services that benefit the community at large.

Contact the Interprofessional Clinic

For appointments, additional information and questions about services, please reach out to the Interprofessional Clinic.



Leon Levine Hall Location: 828-262-8658

University Hall Location: 828-262-2185

Hickory Campus Location: 828-827-6036

Payment Portal

If you received a bill for services, please visit our secure online payment portal.

If you have questions about your bill, please contact us at

Community-Based Clinics

Communication Disorders Clinics

IPC facilitates multiple Communication Disorders Clinics, serving people of all ages from the Boone, Hickory, and greater High Country regions.

Communications disorders services include assessment and treatment related to speech, voice, and hearing, including:

  • speech-language pathology for children
  • speech-language pathology for adults
  • audiology services for both children and adults

See the Communication Disorders Clinic website for a full list of services.


Contact and scheduling information varies by service type and location.

Music Therapy Clinic

Music therapy is the use of music in a therapeutic relationship to improve overall health and wellness.

The Music Therapy Clinic offers assessment and treatment for individuals of any age with a wide range of presenting issues, including:

  • autism
  • anxiety, depression, or other mental health needs 
  • physical needs associated with stroke or post-treatment rehabilitation
  • communication disorders
  • cognitive issues

See the Music Therapy Clinic webpage for a full list of services.



Psychology Clinic

The Psychology Clinic provides comprehensive psychological services to High Country residents and App State students at an affordable cost.

The clinic offers comprehensive psychological assessment and treatment services for children, adolescents, and adults with a variety of concerns, including:

  • ADHD
  • Learning disabilities
  • Intellectual disabilities
  • Cognitive impairment
  • Anxiety, stress, depression, and other mental health concerns
  • Child and family behavioral issues

See the Psychology Clinic website for a full list of services.



Population-Specific Services

IPC offers clinical services and support as a part of App Well's outreach, engagement and specialty programs. Visit the program areas, Outreach & Engagement, or Employee Wellness to learn more.

Aging Well

Supporting healthy aging in Western North Carolina, our Aging Well programs and services offer a variety of health, wellness, education and social opportunities for older adults and their caregivers.

Hub for Autism and Neurodiversity

The Hub for Autism and Neurodiversity (HANd) is an innovative program that provides community-wide education, connects families and individuals to services and resources, and advocates for acceptance and understanding of autism and neurodiversity.

Counseling for Faculty and Staff

Counseling for Faculty and Staff (CFS) provides counseling, consultation, training, and referrals for concerns that impact both your personal and professional lives. Services are provided for App State faculty, staff, and their immediate families.

Health Promotion for Faculty and Staff

Health Promotion for Faculty and Staff (HPFS) provides Appalachian State University staff, faculty, retirees, and their spouses/domestic partners with programs and services that help to promote a healthier lifestyle and a better quality of life.

Disability Accommodations

Appalachian State University is committed to welcoming and accommodating guests, visitors and alumni with disabilities to participate and attend campus programs, events and services.

Reach out to our Office of Access and Equity: Disability Resources to request accommodations. We ask that you please provide ten business days notice for accommodation requests so that we can provide the best possible service.

Interpreter Services

The IHHS Interprofessional Clinic offers interpreter support services through Propio Langauge Services (formerly Telelanguage).

For support in several languages, please call our interpreter service line at 888-877-8353.

Non-Discrimination Policy

IHHS Clinical Services complies with applicable Federal laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex. Read our full non-discrimination policy statement for more information.