Psychological Services Center

The Psychological Services Center is a training and research clinic for the Clinical Psychology and Counseling Psychology Doctoral Programs at the University at Albany.  It is a community-based resource open to individuals throughout the Capital District. Students counsel clients from the Albany community who seek help coping with a range of problems related to death, depression, family stress, job loss, and marriage. The Center provides approximately 3,500 hours of psychological services, including psychotherapy, psychological testing, cognitive therapy, marital therapy, and vocational and career counseling, per year to about 300 clients per year, or 120 clients per week. The Center provides psychological services on a sliding scale of $10 to $45 per hour and is one of the few low-cost outpatient clinics in the region.  The center is a partnership between the Department of Psychology in the College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Education's Department of Educational & Counseling Psychology. 


Dr. George Litchford

Phone: (518) 442-4900
School, college, division or unit: College of Arts and Sciences
Department or subunit: Department of Psychology