Psychological Services Center
The Department of Psychology at Syracuse University is dedicated to providing excellent clinical training to our doctoral students in clinical and school psychology. The Psychological Services Center (PSC) is staffed by advanced doctoral students enrolled in these programs, both of which are accredited by the American Psychological Association. Our clinical supervisors are faculty members and practicing clinicians who are devoted to the dual task of training our student-clinicians and assuring high-quality care to the clients we serve. Visit the Psychological Services Center Faculty and Staff page for more details.
Since we are engaged in training as well as service, we can provide treatment and psychological assessment services at affordable rates. We seek to provide the best possible psychological services to those who seek our help, and are rewarded by the ability to contribute to the well-being of the Syracuse community. Our students are also involved in research and prevention activiities in the areas of cardiovascular health, Autism spectrum, ADHD, substance disorders, comorbid medical disorders medical disorders, chronic pain, risk taking and sexual health.
About Our Services
We specialize in the assessment and treatment of a variety of psychological concerns in adults, adolescents, and children, including mood and anxiety disorders, eating disorders, relationship problems, work stress, ADHD, trauma, sexuality concerns, substance use problems, and academic difficulties. We serve Syracuse University students and employees as well as residents of the larger Syracuse community. We work with individuals, couples and families. Referrals from health care professionals and social service agencies are welcome.
Our assessment and treatment services are selected based on scientific support for their validity and effectiveness and we carefully consider each individual's inique needs when developing recommendations and treatment plans. We provide structured assessments of a client's current psychological functioning, including the evaluation of cognitive, behavioral and emotional strengths and challenges. We provide detailed feedback about the outcome of assessments, along with recommendations for treatment and managing symptoms. An initial appointment can be scheduled by contacting the intake coordinator at 315.443.3595.
Questions or Concerns
If you have any questions about our services or procedures, please feel free to ask your intake evaluator or our office coordinator.