Most historic records are from the far western part of the state, with some observations further east along the Ohio River floodplain.Widespread declines in the mid-1900’s resulted in the bald eagle vanishing as a breeding bird in Kentucky during the 1960’s.
The clinic also provides consultation and training to other professionals and the community. Services are provided by individuals working on graduate degrees in clinical or school psychology.All clinicians have received specialized graduate training and are closely supervised by licensed members of the clinical and school psychology faculty. The Psychology Clinic is open to children, adults, and families living in the Richmond and surrounding Central and Eastern Kentucky communities, including EKU faculty and staff.There are no eligibility requirements for applying to the clinic.Because it is a training facility with a limited number of staff, the Clinic reserves the right to decide which potential clients can best be served at any given time. Fees for services are set on a sliding scale from $6.00 to $50.00 for each visit.Lexington’s Traffic Management Center is the nerve center for making sure the public has a safe and efficient journey to and from their destinations.The center allows traffic engineers to monitor traffic and to make real-time adjustments to traffic signals to improve traffic flow.
These traffic signals include a flashing yellow arrow indicating that motorists may turn left but must first yield to oncoming traffic and pedestrians and then proceed with caution.
The Psychology Clinic is an outpatient behavioral health agency operated by the Department of Psychology at Eastern Kentucky University. The Clinic offers a wide range of outpatient psychological services to children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families.
They are based on a person's income, number of dependents, and ability to pay. Parking information is available from the Clinic office.
Fees for assessment services are also based on a sliding scale. To schedule an initial appointment, call the Clinic at 859-622-2356.
Very little pre-settlement information exists for bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) populations in Kentucky.