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National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255
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National Domestic Violence Hotline: 800-799-7233
LGBTQ Crisis Line: 866-488-7386
National Child Abuse Hotline: 800-422-4453
Central Arizona Crisis Line: 800-631-1314
Maricopa County Crisis Response Network: 602-222-9444
EMPACT Suicide Prevention Hotline: 480-784-1500
Arizona Coalition to End Sexual & Domestic Violence: 602-279-2900
Arizona Child Abuse Hotline: 888-767-2445
Arizona Senior Helpline: 602-264-4357
Arizona Teen Lifeline: 602-248-8336
ASU Student Crisis Line: 480-921-1006
Warmline (peer support for callers who just need to talk): 602-347-1100
American Psychological Association Help Center: http://www.apa.org/helpcenter/index.aspx
National Institute of Mental Health: https://www.nimh.nih.gov/index.shtml
National Institute on Drug Abuse: https://www.drugabuse.gov/
National Alliance on Mental Illness: https://www.nami.org/
U.S. Government Mental Health Resources: https://www.mentalhealth.gov/
Mental Health America: http://www.mentalhealthamerica.net/
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration: https://www.samhsa.gov/
Arizona Psychological Association: https://www.azpa.org/
Community Information and Referral Services: https://211arizona.org/
Agency on Aging: https://www.aaaphx.org/
Teen Lifeline: http://teenlifeline.org/
Arizona Coalition to End Sexual & Domestic Violence: http://www.acesdv.org/
National Alliance on Mental Illness – Arizona: http://www.namiarizona.org/
National Alliance on Mental Illness – Maricopa County: https://namivalleyofthesun.org/
Mental Health America of Arizona: http://www.mhaarizona.org/
Therapy is available to children, adolescents and adults and is provided for a broad range of problems including anxiety, depression, family problems, stress, child behavior problems, relationship problems, anger issues, ADHD, sleeping disorders, and adjustment to chronic health problems.
The CPC does not provide emergency appointments, psychiatric evaluations, medical supervision, chemical dependency treatment programs, treatment for serious mental illness or child custody evaluations. Because the CPC is a training facility, some selectivity is involved in accepting clients for treatment. For individuals who cannot be seen immediately, every effort is made to refer them to an alternative service provider.
Psychological assessments are available on a limited basis. Evaluations of learning and attention problems are most frequently requested. Fixed fees are charged for evaluations and vary according to tests administered and the examiner.
Presentations and in-service training are available to University departments and community organizations through our Speakers Bureau.
Most of our therapists are clinical psychology graduate students who are working toward their doctorate in clinical psychology. They work under close supervision of faculty members who are licensed psychologists. Some faculty members also see clients or conduct group therapy in the Center.
University Center Bldg A, Suite 116; 1100 E. University Dr; Tempe, AZ 85287-7404
phone: 480-965-7296; fax: 480-965-2972
There are three parking spaces near Suite 116 that have been designated as Clinic parking. If those spaces are full, you may have to buy a parking pass at the parking kiosk.
The CPC is open 8 am to 8 pm, Monday through Thursday, and 8 am to noon on Friday. There are no weekend hours.
Fees are determined on a sliding scale basis that takes an individual's income and family size into consideration. Fixed fees are charged for evaluations.
Contact us by telephone at 480-965-7296 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Emails are read by the office staff and are not secure; discretion is advised.