Psychological Services Center
If our services might be helpful to you or someone you know, please call for information or to schedule an appointment.
Due to concerns with the COVID-19 pandemic, we have transitioned to telehealth. If interested in services please call our clinic phone number to get scheduled for a phone screening.
COVID-19 Coping Sessions
The Psychological Services Center (PSC) at the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) is the training clinic for graduate students in the MS Clinical Psychology Program and the PhD Program in Clinical-Community Psychology. The Psychological Services Center Acting Chair is Dr. Patricia Sandberg.
Counseling is provided for families and individuals in an atmosphere sensitive to culture and ethnicity. People are seen for many reasons from a curiosity about one's own potential to concerns such as anxiety, depression, stress, loss, and relationship difficulties.
Client privacy and confidentiality is observed. Students are welcomed in the UAA PSC but clients do not need to be affiliated with UAA to receive services. Because this is a training clinic that is closed on weekends, holidays, and school breaks, the Psychological Services Center is generally not a good match for people who have severe crises.
Although we are committed to providing high quality clinical services, the clinic's primary purpose is clinical training; therefore fees are modest and adjustable. Your regular session fee is based on your annual income and will be discussed with you during your screening or intake appointment. Your clinician will describe how to make online payments.
The UAA PSC clinicians are graduate master and doctoral students who are supervised by licensed psychologists. All services available are confidential and meet the ethical guidelines established by the American Psychological Association and HIPAA (the Health Information Portability and Accountability Act).
The UAA PSC is located on the second floor of the UAA Social Sciences Building, RM 255.