Psychological Services & Counselling Training Centre (PSCTC) is a university-based setting for research and clinical training within the Faculty of Education. The PSCTC supports graduate training in educational assessment and counselling, maintains an up-to-date Test Library of assessment instruments, provides service and leadership in the profession and community, and facilitates research in education.
COUNSELLING is offered through the UBC Psychological Services and Counselling Training Centre in the Faculty of Education.
Operates from September to April
Daytime & Evening Appointments Available
WHAT? We offer help with stress-management (work, home, school stress), anxiety, depression, school and relationship issues. If we are not able to help, we will offer referrals to other services.
WHO ARE WE? The counsellors are Counselling Psychology Master’s and doctoral students in training. An instructor who is on-site supervises the counsellors.
WHO DO WE SEE? Individuals who are 19 years of age and older
WHEN? Clinics run from September to April.
WHERE? Clinic located in the Psychological Services and Counselling Training Centre (PSCTC), Neville Scarfe Building: 2125 Main Mall – Room 1118 (Test Library Reception), Vancouver, BC, V6T 1Z4.
How? All counselling sessions are currently offered on line using Zoom
CONTACT US: Phone 604-827-1523 for an appointment (please leave a message).
*Please note that all clients must complete a telephone intake interview prior to their first counselling session.
The New Westminster UBC Counselling Center is closed on June 30th, 2020, so please contact the new UBC Vancouver Campus Training Center (PSCTC).