George Mason University’s Center for Psychological Services is the primary training clinic for graduate students in the clinical and school psychology program and serves the community through a range of treatment services, primarily therapy, psychoeducational testing and mental health evaluations. We serve all ages (children, adolescents, and adults) and provide individual, family, group therapy, and couples counseling.
Services are primarily provided by graduate students under the supervision of qualified, licensed professionals. All of our supervising faculty are affiliated with GMU, practicing, teaching, and/or conducting nationally funded research. As leaders in our specialty fields, we keep up to date with the most relevant and innovative developments in assessment and intervention.
The GMU Center for Psychological Services is monitoring the outbreak of COVID-19/Coronavirus, and is taking recommended steps to limit exposure to our students, staff and clients. We are following guidelines from George Mason University.
We currently have openings for therapy utilizing telehealth.
We are also using a hybrid model for our testing, which means a portion of the testing is virtual and some takes place at the Center. Please call or email us for details.
George Mason University thanks our first responders and essential workers for being on the frontlines to help serve our community.
We are providing free services for essential workers impacted by the trauma of COVID-19. Our free, anonymous call in line is available to those in healthcare, schools, sanitation, transportation, hospitality, the postal service and the military. If you are an essential worker in need of services, click here. If you would like to find out more about this initiative and how to support it, click here.
Our 5th Annual Fundraiser, Food for Thought, will be taking place during Mental Health Awareness Month on May 3rd 2021. As a result of the rapid spread of COVID-19, teachers, doctors, restaurant workers, and first responders are facing pervasive emotional distress, feelings of extreme vulnerability, uncertainty, and threats to life. To help support our community in crisis, our 5th Annual Food for Thought event will focus on raising funds to provide free psychological support for essential workers. You can learn more about this program here.
Click here to see pictures from the 4th annual fundraiser!