Counseling and School Psychology Clinic offers services to campus community

The CSPC is located in Teachers College Hall on UNL's City Campus
The CSPC is located in Teachers College Hall on UNL's City Campus

The Counseling and School Psychology Clinic (CSPC) offers low-cost, sliding scale mental health counseling and ADHD assessment services for children, adolescents, and adults Student therapists provide therapy to individuals under the supervision of advanced students and a Licensed Psychologist. The CSPC addresses a wide array of concerns, including academic issues, inattention, depression, anxiety, social skills, life transitions, and learning difficulties. Specific services for children and adolescents also include offering parenting supports for managing misbehavior, increasing positive interactions with their children, and supporting children with presenting concerns. The CSPC is also able to collaborate with schools, doctors, and other service providers at the family’s request. We offer counseling that is sensitive to race, gender, age, ability, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, and religion.

The clinic has immediate openings for children/adolescents ages 3-18, and adults 18+ affiliated with UNL and the public. All UNL students, staff, and faculty members and their children receive a special flat rate for sessions offered at the CSPC. The CSPC also has collaborated with the Swanson Foundation to offer free in-person and telehealth services for those living in rural communities throughout Nebraska.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, individuals can call (402) 472-1152 or visit the Schedule an Appointment tab on our website:

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