Welcome to the Psychological Services Center at the University at Buffalo.
Director: Sarah Taber-Thomas, PhD
Due to concerns regarding the health and safety of our clients and staff, the PSC will remain physically closed until further notice. We are currently accepting new clients for telehealth counseling (using video conferencing so that you can see and hear your therapist), including individual adults, couples, and children/adolescents. Click here for more information about our internet-based Parent-Child Interaction Therapy services. If you are interested in telehealth counseling services, please call or email us. We will complete a brief screen to ensure telehealth services are appropriate.
Please check out our free webinar series on mental health (see below).
All evaluation and assessment services continue to be on pause; however, we are tentatively planning to resume in-person assessment services in mid-July. Please check our website for updates.
We are sincerely sorry for any distress or inconvenience that these changes cause. We do not take these decisions lightly, as the heart of our priority at this time remains the continuity of care for our clients, training for our students, and the broader mental health and wellbeing of our community.
Below are some resources regarding stress management and self-care that may be useful:
During this time of stress and anxiety, we urge everyone to take time to care for themselves, and for one another.
Sarah Taber-Thomas, Ph.D., Director of the Psychological Services Center
Jen Read, Ph.D., Director of Clinical Training
Make Today Meaningful is a web-based initiative put together by the Psychological Services Center at the University at Buffalo. Our goal is to provide free and accessible self-help resources in order to help everyone find ways to #MakeTodayMeaningful during times of stress, like the current COVID-19 pandemic.
The Psychological Services Center (PSC) is a training and research clinic for the Clinical Psychology program in the Department of Psychology at the University at Buffalo. The Clinical Psychology program is accredited by the American Psychological Association, and is dedicated to providing exceptional training to our clinical psychology doctoral students. Doctoral students are supervised by faculty members in the department and practicing psychologists in the community.
Our commitment to training emphasizes the use of the most effective and evidence-based treatments, to assure the best possible care for our clients. We strive to provide high-quality services to all persons regardless of age, race, ethnicity, physical ability or attributes, religion, sexual orientation or gender identity/expression.
The PSC specializes in the use of evidence-based treatments for children, adolescents, and adults. Our services are available to UB students, faculty, and staff, as well as individuals in the Western New York and Southern Ontario regions. We provide a broad array of psychological services, including counseling and therapy for individuals, couples, families, and groups; psychological assessment and testing; and psychoeducational workshops.
Our services include:
Location: PSC is located at 168 Park Hall on the UB North Campus, directly opposite O’Brian Hall at the end of Flint Loop.
Public transportation: Metro Bus Transportation from the South (Main St.) Campus, Get off at Flint Circle.
Note: If using a GPS, enter “University at Buffalo – North Campus, Flint Entrance.”
Parking: Free parking in the Park Hall Lot is available for clients of the PSC and the center’s associated programs. Clients may park for free in spaces marked “Clinic Patients Only” or in metered spaces in the Park Lot when a valid “Park Lot Permit” is displayed on the dashboard. You do NOT need to pay the meter if a valid “Park Lot Permit” is displayed on your dashboard. Please note that UB students and staff are not eligible to receive parking permits for the Park Hall Lot.
Psychological Services Center
Department of Psychology
University at Buffalo
168 Park Hall (North Campus)
(716) 645-6186 (fax)