- Arts and Sciences
- Undergraduate Program
- Graduate Programs
- Research & Facilities
Psychological Services Center
Description of the Psychological Services Center
The Psychological Services Center (PSC) is a service, training, and research facility of the Psychology Department at the University of South Carolina. The PSC is a non-profit facility established in 1965 in order to provide assessment and treatment services to the University of South Carolina community and the Columbia Metropolitan area.
Location of Center
The PSC is located at 2221 Devine Street, Suite 100. Parking for clients is free.
Appointments may be made by calling 734-0378 and speaking to a clinic assistant. Appointments are scheduled from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm Monday through Thursday, and 9:00 am to 3:00 pm Friday. Appointments are typically offered once a week for 50 minute sessions.
Clients of the Center
Many people use the PSC each year. Among them are individuals and couples having problems in their personal and social life and in their school or work setting. Also parents and families with specific individual or family problems use services at PSC.
Types of services offered
The PSC offers therapy and behavioral interventions for children, adolescents, and adults who are struggling with academic, work, family, and other social situations. The center is available for individuals seeking:
- Individual therapy for adults
- Child and family therapy
- Assessment for learning disabilities, ADHD (for children only)
- Autism assessment services (for children only)
The treatment staff is composed of Doctoral Candidates in Clinical-Community Psychology at USC. The staff is supervised on all cases by Ph.D.s who are faculty of the USC Psychology Department.
Records are confidential (except in the case of a court order) and will be released to no one without the written consent of the client.
Cost of services
A sliding scale based on income is used to determine fees. Contact the PSC for more information.