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The Psychological Services Center is a mental health clinic that serves as a training site for graduate-level students in the clinical psychology program at the University of Delaware. The students are supervised by professors from the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences.
Available to community residents, the center offers many types of evidence-based treatments for a variety of problems and serves all age groups. Fees for the services are based on a sliding scale, depending on the number of people in the family and yearly income.
In addition to treatment, our center also provides psychological and educational evaluations for children and adults.
The PSTC is also now collaborating with the University's Health Care Theatre, to facilitate the training experience of our clinical graduate students. For more information about HCT: Health Care Theatre
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The Clinic is now accepting both in-person and Telehealth patients depending on the needs of the client. Please call 302-831-2717 to find out more about our services. Please leave a message and your call will be returned within 2 business days.
Flexible daytime and evening hours are available by appointment.
Numbers to Call/Text In a Mental Health Crisis
o If under 18, call: 1-800-969-HELP (4357)
o If over 18, call: 1-800-652-2929 in New Castle County
o 1-800-345-6785 in Kent/Sussex Counties
o Text: DE to 741741 for the Crisis Text Line
o Call: 1-800-273-TALK (8255) to Nat'l Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Our campus continues to monitor the ongoing worldwide outbreak of COVID-19. We are taking a proactive approach in the UD Psychological Services Training Center and would like to share a few key piece of information with you. Should we experience disruption of services-as-usual, we will do our best to continue offering therapy and assessment to our clients.
· If you are experiencing any flu-like symptoms (e.g., fever, cough, chest pain), please stay home and make an appointment to see your healthcare provider as soon as possible.
· You will not be charged any late or cancellation fees if cancelling due to illness.
· If you're ill or advised to stay home, please contact your therapist to discuss treatment options. The clinic phone number is 302-831-2717.
· Hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes are located in the clinic foyer. We would appreciate if you would please use hand sanitizer or wash your hands when you arrive. Please do not hesitate to let your therapist know if you need either and see that they are not available.
UD recommends that everyone take preventive actions to stop the spread of germs, including:
· Wash your hands often with soap and water, or use an alcohol-based hand rub.
· Try to avoid close contact with sick people.
· While sick, limit contact with others as much as possible to keep from infecting them.
· Get your yearly flu shot to prevent complications.
For more information about protecting yourself and others, please visit the CDC website.
For UD updates regarding COVID-19, please visit the University's coronavirus webpage.
Please do not hesitate to reach out to your therapist or our clinic team with any questions or concerns.
The University of Delaware PSTC Team