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Psychological Services Clinic

The Psychological Services Clinic (PSC) at UNC has been serving the Northern Colorado community for over 50 years with high quality counseling and assessment services. Our mission at the PSC is to provide closely supervised training opportunities for counseling and psychology graduate students, while providing the best services possible to our clients.

Students learn to apply empirically supported assessment and treatment techniques in a professional and ethical manner. Services are offered to individuals throughout Northern Colorado regardless of age, race, creed, ethnicity, sexual orientation, immigration status, referral source, or ability to pay for services.

We are dedicated to training graduate students to work with individuals that reflect the diversity a global community. Additionally, we strive to work from a strength-based approach to counseling.

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 mental health services to individuals, groups, couples and families of all ages; to promote research on psychological concerns, clinical assessment techniques, and therapeutic interventions.

Why Choose Psychological Services Clinic?

Our clinic is based on a service team approach. We are staffed by students pursuing a master's or doctoral degree in counseling or psychology. All our counselors are supervised by licensed professional counselors or licensed psychologists, many of whom are actively teaching and researching in their specialty areas. We provide low cost services in counseling and assessment to community members, students, faculty, and staff.

Possible Concerns

Some ideas for what you can address in counseling:

  • Personal growth
  • Relationship struggles
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Grief over a loss
  • Identity exploration
  • Stress
  • Coping with life changes
  • Low self-esteem
  • Anger issues
  • Academic challenges
  • College adjustment
  • Eating/body image concerns
  • Marital distress
  • Communication
  • Parenting
  • Family Conflict
  • Sexual concerns
  • Personal growth
  • Career planning