The Psychological Services Clinic @ UNC
The Psychological Services Clinic (PSC) @ UNC has been serving the Northern Colorado community for over 50 years with high-quality and affordable counseling and assessment services. Our mission at the PSC is to provide the best possible services to our clients while also providing closely supervised training opportunities for our counseling graduate students.
Our graduate students learn to apply empirically supported assessment and treatment techniques in a professional and ethical manner. We offer services to individuals and families throughout Northern Colorado, and we enthusiastically welcome people of all ages, races, creeds, ethnicities, sexual orientations, gender identities, immigration status, referral sources, or ability to pay for services.
We are dedicated to training graduate students to work with individuals who reflect the diversity of a global community. Additionally, our counselors-in-training strive to work from a strengths-based approach and to emphasize multicultural humility across our services.
We acknowledge that all clients come to counseling with their own unique strengths, as well as struggles, and we encourage clients to build on these strengths in their journey toward change. We are committed to providing high-quality and affordable services.
Why Choose Psychological Services Clinic @ UNC?
Our clinic is based on a service team approach. Our clinicians are students pursuing graduate degrees in Professional Counseling (PC), Counselor Education and Supervision (CES), School Psychology (SP), and Counseling Psychology (CP). All of our graduate counselors-in-training are supervised by faculty from either the department of Applied Psychology and Counselor Education or the department of School Psychology, all of whom are licensed or registered in their respective fields. We provide high-quality affordable services in counseling and assessment to community members, students, and staff.
Some reasons why people seek counseling
- Identity exploration
- Personal growth
- Academic challenges
- College adjustment
- Career planning
- Coping with life changes
- Marital/relationship distress
- Eating/body image concerns
- Family conflict
- Sexual concerns
- Other personal and interpersonal struggles
- Just about anything!