Community Counseling and Psychological Services (CCAPS)

Community Counseling and Psychological Services (CCAPS) serves as a training clinic exclusively for CNU doctoral clinical psychology students who provide low-fee psychological and assessment services to the community under the supervision of licensed faculty in the College of Psychology.

Supervised doctoral students provide therapy and assessment services to community members who might present with a wide range of concerns, including depression, anxiety, relationship issues, trauma, and gender or identity concerns.

Additionally, the clinic can provide learning disability and ADHD assessments.

All clinic referrals are screened to assess for appropriateness within the training clinic and all clinical services are overseen by the College of Psychology faculty.

CCAPS features include:

  • 8 therapy offices for individual, couples, or family therapy
  • Group Room
  • Lobby and Reception Area
  • Administrative Space for student use
  • Videotape technology for supervision