The Psychological Services Center
(PSC), is operated by the Department of Psychology at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
PSC strives to:
- SERVE by providing
culturally sensitive, strength-based therapy and evaluations to community residents and campus members
- LINK campus and community through our public
engagement projects and initiatives
- DEVELOP future leaders in the field of Psychology through our
training and supervision of doctoral students in the Clinical/Community program
- PROMOTE psychological science by supporting cutting edge research on mental health and community-based interventions and outcomes
Current services include:
Therapy for stress and anxiety
Mindfulness training groups
Our faculty and staff also offer workshops
for agencies and organizations on topics including mindfulness, violence and
suicide prevention, conflict, and diversity.
You can learn more about these
services by exploring the links on the left or calling us at 217-333-0041.
News & Announcements
DBT Skills Group for Teens 12-17 Click to download Teen DBT flyer
DBT Skills Group for Alums (previous DBT experience)
Stress and Anxiety Therapy Click to download Stress & Anxiety flyer
Couples Therapy Click to download Couples flyer
PSC Diagnostic Evaluation Services
PSC is able to accept Health Alliance, Health Link, Blue Cross Blue Shield, UIUC Student Insurance, and health plans associated with Community Partners Health Plans. Please call 333-0041 and ask to speak with a PSC Assistant concerning your evaluation needs.
As of September 2014, Autism Spectrum screenings and evaluation services have moved to TAP at Christopher Hall. Call 217-244-1395 to inquire about Autism Spectrum screenings and evaluation services.
For a map of new parking options click on this link.
To receive periodic notifications with dates of upcoming Mindfulness classes, please click on this link.