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The Psychological Services Center offers a variety of mental health services to any member of the community. Our assessment and treatment techniques are empirically supported to be effective and safe.
The PSC charges for services on a sliding scale. More information is available on our fees page.
We provide both short- and long-term therapy on an outpatient basis. We work with the full range of mental and behavioral health conditions. Our specialty is cognitive-behavioral therapy. We utilize empirically supported treatments that are effective and safe.
We provide child, adolescent, and family therapy. Our services can focus on individual therapy for children and adolescents, parenting support and parenting training, school consultations, and family therapy.
The Child Study Center is currently conducting research on the treatment of phobias and anxiety in children. The Autism Clinic provides assessment and treatment for autism spectrum disorders. For parents interesting in seeking this treatment, see the Child Study Center and Autism Clinic.
The Psychological Services Center also conducts a wide array of assessments for psychological and psycho-educational purposes for adults, children, and older adolescents. We conduct full psychological assessment batteries (cognitive, memory, achievement, attentional, and emotional testing), along with a full report and feedback. We can consult with parents and schools about accommodations.
Our staff and faculty are available for a wide range of professional consultations. With specialties covering broad topics such as issues in mental health, clinical interventions or specialized treatment protocols, and current research developments, the Center can provide consultation services to your school, work, organization, agency, or support group. To arrange a professional consultation contact Director Lee Cooper, Ph.D.
The mission of the Virginia Tech Autism Clinic is to improve the quality of life for individuals with autism and their families through assessment, intervention, education, and research directed towards effective treatment and prevention.