The most frequently provided service at the PSC is psychotherapy. A variety of empirically supported approaches to intervention are utilized, although most PSC supervisors have a cognitive-behavioral orientation. Individual therapy for children, adolescents, and adults is available.

Psychological Assessment

A variety of psychological assessment services are provided, including intellectual, achievement, personality, and diagnostic.  We provide these services for children, adolescents, and adults.


The PSC provides consultation on mental health issues to a variety of agencies in the greater Bangor area. Consultation services include assessment of individuals and recommendations, staff training, program evaluation, and more.

Continuing Education

The PSC sponsors continuing education for mental health service providers in the form of workshops and seminars.


Specialty Clinics

Forensic Assessment Clinic

This specialty clinic provides assessments for a variety of forensic concerns, including sexual offending, violence risk, and fire setting, as well as treatment, residential placement, and disposition recommendations.  Adolescents, adults, and families can be assessed at various stages throughout the court process.


Group Therapy for Anxiety
This specialty clinic provides group-based cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for children aged 8-12 and their caregivers. In the first hour, children learn how to face their fears and worries, and in the second hour, caregivers learn how to support their children when they feel anxious. Weekly group therapy sessions provide children and their caregivers a place to work on their goals alongside other families with similar concerns. During the second hour, complimentary childcare and snacks are provided to children. For more information click here.
Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)
This specialty clinic provides PCIT, an evidence-based treatment, for children aged 2-7 with behavioral and/or emotional difficulties and their caregivers. PCIT aims to increase child attention span, self-esteem, and prosocial behaviors; strengthen the child-caregiver relationship; and decrease parenting stress. Sessions include active skills training and supportive coaching. For more information click here.  To learn more about PCIT generally, please visit the PCIT International website:



How do I receive services at the Psychological Services Center?

The Psychological Services Center provides services to the general public.  Anyone interested in services can call the clinic at 581-2034.  Please note that the clinic does not have an email address due to the sensitive nature of information that may be shared.  If you are interested in contacting the PSC, please call the number listed.

A professional referral is not required. For children’s services, the parent or legal guardian of the child must make the appointment.  Adolescents interested in services may contact the Psychological Services Center themselves, but parents or guardians must provide written consent.


For psychotherapy, we use a sliding fee scale to determine the fee for future appointments. The fee for the initial interview is $15.00, and the scale for further sessions ranges from $15 to $45 per hour depending on your income. There are separate fee structures for the specialty clinics and assessments.