Department of Psychology at Illinois State University
Welcome to the Stanley S. Marzolf Center for the Psychological Assessment and Treatment of Children and Adolescents at Illinois State University, commonly known as the Psychological Services Center (PSC) (photographs from the Marzolf Center dedication). The PSC is located on the fourth floor of Fairchild Hall.
The PSC, a unit of the Department of Psychology, is dedicated to service, research, and the training of graduate students in the Clinical-Counseling Psychology Program and the Graduate Programs in School Psychology. Graduate student clinicians are supervised by psychology faculty as they work closely with referred children, adolescents, and families. The PSC provides a wide range of services including individual and home-based or school-based assessment and treatment, group counseling, and classroom or parent education groups. The PSC also provides services to college students.
Services at the PSC are provided by graduate student clinicians under faculty supervision. Because graduate students and psychology faculty are not readily available during the summer, our services may be limited and on a first-come first-serve basis.
|"The PSC is a great place to connect with faculty and other clinicians. I can watch video-tapes of my performance and learn in a safe and collaborative environment."|
|"I especially enjoy being able to bring the things we have learned in the classroom directly to the children I work with. It's so incredible to see that it really works!."|
Illinois State University
The Stanley S. Marzolf Center for the Psychological Assessment and Treatment of Children and Adolescents
Campus Box 4625
Normal, IL 61790-4625
Phone: (309) 438-5629
Contact the PSC by e-mail
A choice of media is available below for viewing the PSC presentation..