Student Psychological Services
A clinical psychologist and doctoral level psychologists-in-training provide psychological evaluation, brief therapy and/or referral to community agencies, consultation, and crisis counseling.
Eligibility for Services
Students who are currently enrolled in 6 or more credit or ESL (English as a Second Language) hours during the fall or spring semesters or in 3 or more credit hours in summer semester are eligible for psychological services. Crisis counseling is available for all students.
There is no charge for psychological services.
What types of concerns do you help students with?
Students come to us not only to resolve problems, but also to improve and enhance the quality of their lives. Common problems and concerns students bring to us include:
Training Opportunities for Doctoral Students
Psychological Services offers training for doctoral students in clinical or counseling psychology who are completing:
- Therapy externships
- Advanced therapy externships
- Post-doctoral fellowship training
Community Resources for Mental Health
For an overview of some of the sliding scale agencies and local crisis services download Community Resources for Mental Health PDF.