PSC Services

  • Psychotherapy (Talk Therapy) and Counseling:
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Group
    • DBT Skill Group
  • Assessment & Testing:
    • Intelligence/Psycho-educational (all ages)
    • Advanced Program/Gifted and Talented
    • ADHD 
    • Learning Disability
    • Mood/behavioral disorders
    • Personality disorders
    • Memory 
    • Autism Spectrum Disorder (adults only)
  • Information & Education
  • Community Service
  • Resource Referral
  • Professional Development Seminars (Clinical Psychology Colloquium Series)
  • Educational & Outreach Programs for the Public and University Communities


    Specialty Clinics

    The Psychological Services Center offers specialty clinics in the following areas: Integrative Intervention Team, Child with ADHD and Related Difficulties (CARDS) Team, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Team. Treatment in these specialty clinics is offered on an individual, couple, family, or group basis, as appropriate.

    Integrative Intervention Team

    Integrative intervention draws on a broad range of evidence-based and evidence-supported strategies to address cognitive, emotional, and interpersonal difficulties encountered in a variety of life settings. Integrative intervention is integrative in three ways: 1) across disordered and normal functioning, 2) across types of intervention (CBT, cognitive remediation therapy, mindfulness, narrative, etc), and 3) across clinical theories and practice. The over-arching conceptual framework is that clinical issues are best addressed in the simultaneous consideration of cognitive, affective, and behavioral interactions with the therapist.

    Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) Team

    The DBT team provides services to adults of all gender identities and sexual orientations. They provide weekly group therapy sessions of 4-8 people over the course of 6 months teaching a variety of skills to deal with stressful life events, intense emotions and difficulties in interpersonal relationships. Skills include mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation and interpersonal effectiveness.