Psychological Services Center opens to serve campus, local communities

By Staff

The clinical health psychology doctoral program has announced the opening of its Psychological Services Center, a clinic and training facility operated by the department of psychology on the UC Denver campus.

Center therapists are doctoral students in clinical psychology who are supervised by licensed clinical psychologists. The center's goal is to provide high-quality and affordable therapy and assessment services to the Denver area.

Located on the third floor of the North Classroom building in suite 3002, the program will serve the local community as well as faculty, staff and students by providing a range of therapeutic services, including therapy for individual adults and children; assessments of intellectual and academic testing, as well as psycho-education assessment for adults and children; and resource referrals.

To learn more about the center or to inquire about scheduling an intake appointment, please call 303-556-5289. More information can be found at

About the clinic:

Location: 1200 Larimer St., North Classroom Building, Suite 3002

Intake fee: prior to therapy or assessment sessions, $10

Therapy fees: Determined using a sliding scale, based on annual household income. For individuals with an annual income of up to $14,999, the fee is $10 per session. Session fee is never higher than $45.

Assessment fees: Up to $400, depending on amount of testing needed. Financial hardships may be taken into consideration.

Estimated fees will be discussed during initial phone contact with a clinic assistant and then will be set at the intake appointment. Payment should be made at the time of service. Insurance not accepted.

Hours of Operation

Tuesday – 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Wednesday – 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Thursday – 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
To schedule an appointment, call 303-556-5289.