Providing Evidence-Based Assessment and Therapy Services
The Clinical Psychology Center at the University of Pittsburgh provides a full range of outpatient psychological services at reduced fees. In this training clinic, advanced graduate students in the Clinical Psychology Program offer a wide variety of treatment approaches, including cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal, and family systems psychotherapy.
About the Center
The Clinical Psychology Center is the training clinic for the Clinical Psychology Graduate Program of the Department of Psychology at the University of Pittsburgh. The Clinical Psychology Program has been accredited by the American Psychological Association to train doctoral-level clinical psychologists since 1948. Since 2013 it has also been accredited by the Psychological Clinical Science Accreditation System (PCSAS). Evaluation and treatment services in the Clinical Psychology Center are provided by advanced graduate students, who are supervised closely by licensed faculty psychologists and other mental health clinicians from the community. Learn more about our Center »
The Clinical Psychology Center strives to create a safe, inclusive, and affirming environment that values the contribution of diverse perspectives from individuals with various identities, attitudes, and beliefs. We acknowledge the impact of privilege, marginalization, and discrimination on the stress, coping, and adjustment of the individuals we treat, and aim to foster an environment that respects all persons’ unique experiences. Read the Clinical Psychology Center Mission Statement »
Hours and Availability
The Center’s hours vary slightly from semester to semester. Given our status as a small training clinic, the number of openings we have for assessment and treatment services can fluctuate over time.