The UIUC Psychological Services Center (PSC) is a unique campus organization that directly supports the University mission of transforming lives and serving society.
The Center does this by offering culturally relevant, evidence-based, cutting edge treament to communtiy and campus members while contributing to education and scholarship in the fields of Clinical and Community Psychology.
UIUC Students seeking the UIUC Counseling Center can call
217-333-3704 or go to 610 E. John St. in Champaign (6th and John).
For PSC Services call 217-333-0041
Relationship therapy for individuals
Stress and anxiety treatment (including extensive worry and PTSD)
Conflict consultation and Restorative Circles (RC)
DBT Skills Group for Teens 12-17 (Waitlist)
Mindfulness training groups (All spring semester groups are full)
Neuropsychological evaluations (NO current openings - Wait-List will open July 1st)
Our faculty and staff also participate in ongoing community engagement projects and offer individualized trainings and workshops for agencies and organizations on topics including mindfulness, violence and suicide prevention, conflict, and diversity.
ABOUT THE PSC
LOCATION: The Psychological Services Center (PSC), is operated by the Department of Psychology at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. The Center is located on the 3rd floor of 505 E. Green St. in Champaign, between 5th & 6th street.
PROVIDERS: Most of our services are offered by pre-licensed clinicians under the supervision of PhD level faculty. The clinicians are doctoral level trainees in the Clinical-Community program in Psychology.
DIVERSITY: The PSC strives to serve diverse clients from different walks of life using culturally relevant, strength-based, and evidence-based approaches. It is important to us that everyone who seeks services at our Center is treated in a respectful and welcoming way. We also strive to be sensitive to the effects of diversity-related issues such as oppression and discrimination based on race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, identity, religion, age, immigration status, military status, legal record, or other forms of intolerance.
FEES: In line with our mission of public engagement and training, most of our services are offered at a generous sliding scale fee based on family size and income. Health insurance can be utilized for a small number of specific services (neuropsychological evaluations). Specific fees are discussed during your first appointment. No one is turned away for inability to pay.
UIUC STUDENTS, FACULTY, & STAFF: All of our service are open to members of the public, as well as members of the campus community. Students, faculty, and staff seeking psychological services may also want to explore services offered by our campus partners specifically for the UIUC community.
UIUC Counseling Center(student services)
McKinley Health Center (student services)
Faculty & Staff Assistance Program (faculty, staff, retiree services)
Our Center directly contributes to the University mission of transforming lives and serving society by:
EDUCATING future leaders in the field of Psychology through our training and supervision of doctoral students in the Clinical/Community program
CREATING KNOWLEDGE through cutting edge research on culturally competent, evidence-based, mental health and community interventions and outcomes
PUTTING KNOWLEDGE TO WORK by providing culturally relevant, evidence-based, therapy, evaluations, workshops, and conslutation services to local residents and campus members
This combination of teaching, scholarship, service, and public engagement directly support the University's vision of excellence, innovation and leadership.