What is the Psychological Services Center?
The Psychological Services Center (PSC) offers psychological services to children, adolescents and adults in the Capital Region on a sliding fee scale.
Our services include psychotherapy, counseling and assessment. Services are scheduled by appointment only.
To schedule an appointment, please call 518-442-4900.
Note: If you are a current student in need of counseling, please contact Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS). The Psychological Services Center does not provide direct services to UAlbany students.
Who provides the services?
The Psychological Services Center is a training and research clinic for the College of Arts & Sciences’ Clinical Psychology doctoral program and the School of Education’s Counseling Psychology doctoral program at UAlbany.
Services are provided by doctoral students who have completed at least one year of training. Students are supervised closely by faculty members, who are all licensed psychologists.
The Center reserves the right to determine whether the services we offer are appropriate for a potential client. If we determine we cannot appropriately meet your needs, we will attempt to help you find more appropriate treatment resources.
For emergency mental health services, please call the Albany County Mental Health 24-hour Crisis Hotline at 518-549-6500.
Local & State Resources
Local Clinics & Services
Conifer Park (Outpatient chemical dependency treatment center)
Other Mental Health Services
Healing a Woman’s Soul (Christian domestic violence support)