Psychological Services Center
Confidential, affordable mental health care for you and your family.
The Psychological Services Center (PSC) is the APA-accredited training clinic for Ph.D. clinical psychology students at the University of North Dakota.
All services are provided by doctoral student clinicians, supervised by licensed psychologists and psychology residents in North Dakota.
Services offered include:
- Individual psychotherapy (adult and child)
- Couples counseling
- Family counseling
- Group psychotherapy
- Assessment services (adult and child)
We welcome individuals with diversity in race, ethnicity, color, national origin, culture, age, religious affiliation, gender, sexual orientation, political orientation, disability, marital status, or veteran's status.
Within the context of a training clinic, we are able to offer services on a sliding scale basis. Some group services are free of charge. UND students, faculty, staff, and family members receive services for $5. Fees for assessment services are very competitive.
Make a Referral to the PSC
All referrals to the PSC are welcome, including self-referrals. It is our intention to provide caring, confidential, state-of-the-art services within our training atmosphere. Please contact the PSC at 701.777.3691 to refer a client, set up an appointment for yourself, or to get more information about our services. Generally, intake appointments can be scheduled immediately.
The UND Psychological Services Center is the primary training facility for graduate students in the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program offered through the Department of Psychology. Our mission is three-fold: (1) to provide affordable, evidence-based individual therapy (child, adolescent, and adults), couples therapy, family therapy, group therapy, and psychological assessment/testing services to the Grand Forks community and the surrounding area; (2) to provide intensive, applied training and supervision to clinical psychology graduate students under the supervision of licensed clinical psychologists who are either faculty in the clinical psychology training program and/or who are practicing psychologists working in the community; and (3) to provide services to those who cannot afford or access mental health services in the community due to being uninsured or underinsured (i.e., have health insurance that does not cover mental health services).
Our clinic provides services on a sliding-fee schedule, which is based on the client's income. Please refer to our fee schedule for further information.
The UND Psychological Services Center does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, ethnicity, color, national origin, culture, age, religious affiliation, gender, sexual orientation, political orientation, disability, marital status, or veteran's status.