The center for Psychological Services (CPS) is the Psychology Program’s clinic providing mental health services to the community and offering clinical training and clinical research opportunities to students. CPS opened its doors in 2001. As a university clinic, the CPS has access to advanced and effective treatment models that are Empirically Supported or Evidence Based. Most of our supervisors are experts in their field of work, are engaged in research or in providing health services to different populations.

Services at CPS

  • Individual psychotherapy
    • crisis intervention
    • short-term or long term
    • Cognitive and Cognitive Behavioral Therapies
  • Couples and family therapy for families in distress or facing unexpected crisis
  • Psychological Testing:
    • Cognitive/Intellectual evaluation
    • Psycho-educational assessment
    • Objective and projective personality assessment
    • Neuropsychological evaluations
  • Specialty group therapy for
    • Persons with regulation problems or Borderline Personality Disorders
    • Parents of persons suffering from psychotic conditions