Center for Psychological Services - About Us
About Us

Located on FDU's Metropolitan Campus, the Center for Psychological Services is a University-based facility with the combined goal of serving the community with high quality and affordable services/programs and advancing the practice of psychology through excellence in research, service and professional training. The staff includes noted authors and nationally known experts in their field. Services are coordinated and delivered by licensed psychologists, certified school psychologists, and doctoral students working under the direct supervision of a senior psychologist. The Center offers comprehensive neuropsychological, educational, and psychological testing, as well as individual, group, family, and school interventions/therapies.

Programs are revised and changed on a regular basis in response to client needs and interests. All services are confidential.

Services and programs offered are:

  • CHILD AND ADOLESCENT SERVICES

    • Child and Adolescent ADHD Clinic (includes assessment and treatment services)
    • Child Mental Retardation and Developmental Disorders Clinic (includes assessment and treatment services)
    • Child Anxiety Disorders Clinic
    • Psycho-Educational Assessment Clinic
    • Children's Social Skills Training Programs
    • Play Therapy
    • School/Community-based Workshops


  • ADULT SERVICES

    • Individual Adult, Couples, Family, and Group Therapy
    • Adult ADHD Clinic (includes assessment and treatment services)
    • Adult LD Clinic (includes assessment and treatment services)
    • Adult Mental Retardation and Developmental Disorders Clinic (includes assessment and treatment services)
    • Veteranís Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Program
    • Adult Depression and Anxiety Disorders Clinic
    • Problem Drinkers Program
    • Adult Support Groups
    • Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs)
    • Community-based Workshops
Most programs have costs based on a sliding fee scale determined by income. To discuss specific needs or to inquire about the availability of a program, call 201-692-2645.

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