Staff & History

The clinic is associated with Department of Psychology at the University of Minnesota. It is directed by Jo-Ida C. Hansen, Ph.D. and Amy Conlon, Ph.D., L.P. All counselors have graduate level training in vocational counseling and assessment.

Formerly known as the Vocational Assessment Clinic, the Career Counseling and Assessment Clinic has a rich history as one of the pioneering vocational assessment and counseling models in the country. The original name reflects the unique contribution of the University of Minnesota Psychology to the field of career counseling and development. The clinic has been instrumental in promoting the use of well-validated, scientifically sound assessment tools in the career decision-making process. Although our clinic today embraces the more popular term of "career" rather than "vocational" development, we remain true to our roots in relying on sound assessment instruments to guide clients' decision-making processes.

Forms for New Clients

Please print out and bring completed the Biographical Information Form & the Client Registration forms to your first appointment.

Please Note: There is currently a one-year wait-list for services