Center for Psychological Services
Department of Psychology

To our community –

As many of you know, there was a flood in our office suite a month ago and we had to suspend some of our services. With the help of many individuals, we are excited to announce that WE ARE BACK and ready to continue in-person therapy and testing services!  Our temporary office space is located at 4260 Chain Bridge Road, Bldg. A-6, Suite A612D (2nd floor), Fairfax, VA 22030. We look forward to serving you!



About the GMU Center for Psychological Services

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. 

If you would like to request services at the GMU Center for Psychological Services, please complete this web form.  We will contact you when we anticipate having providers available. 
For information about the services we provide please visit our services page or email us at




The GMU Center for Psychological Services is following guidelines from George Mason University to limit exposure to our students, staff and clients.


Our Emotional Support Phone Line is open to not only our incredible essential workers, but everyone in the community in need of emotional support.  Our free, anonymous call in line is available to the wider community, including anyone who is struggling with stress, anxiety or even grief.  If you are in need of emotional support, click here

Emotional Support Line


This group is open to teens and young adults that have recently arrived to the United States from Afghanistan.  Please note, this is not a therapy group, but rather, a support group that will provide a safe space for social interaction, community resources and cultural exchange.  Sessions are online and will begin on February 10th. Any questions? Email 



Teen Social Anxiety Treatment Group

Group Therapy for Women with Binge Eating