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Graduate School of Professional Psychology
PPC

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The Professional Psychology Clinic (PPC) is the training center for the Graduate School of Professional Psychology at the University of Denver. The PPC has provided low cost, high quality psychological services to Denver's community for over 30 years. In addition to psychotherapy services, the clinic also provides psychological assessments and forensic services. Staffed by doctoral students under the supervision of licensed mental health professionals, we offer a broad range of confidential mental health care.

Why Should I Go to the PPC?

The university setting enhances our ability to provide services that are innovative, cutting edge, GLBT affirming, and culturally sensitive.

Services are provided by doctoral level students who are supervised by licensed professionals.

At the PPC, we carefully tailor our services to meet each client's individual needs.

Fees for services are on a sliding scale, and are based on your income and financial circumstances.

Reasons You Might Want to Talk to Someone:

  • You're feeling depressed or anxious and can't manage these feelings on your own.
  • You're having problems coping with or adjusting to life stresses and changes.
  • You've suffered a loss and want support and guidance in grieving.
  • You're having relationship problems that you can't resolve.
  • Your mood fluctuates so much that you can't manage your life adequately.
  • You can't figure out your personal problems and can't turn to friends for help.
  • Your children keep getting in trouble at home and school.

Who is Supervising My Therapist?

Your care is provided by doctoral level students who are supervised by locally licensed professionals.

What Kinds of Therapy are Available?

  • Adult individual psychotherapy: Clients typically meet weekly with their therapist to confidentially discuss their problems and work together to find solutions.

  • Child/adolescent therapy: Children and adolescents meet with their therapist by themselves and occasionally with their families.

  • Couples therapy: Couples meet with a therapist to get help communicating with each other, resolving problems together and improving their relationship.

  • Family therapy: Families meet with a therapist to collectively discuss their problems as a family.

  • Group therapy: Several individuals meet with one or two therapists who help the group address common concerns and problems. Visit our Current Groups page to learn more.