Counseling and Educational Services Clinic Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response

We have been closely monitoring the Coronavirus pandemic and following government recommendations regarding how best to respond to this evolving public health concern. The health and safety of our clients and staff are of the upmost importance, so we are currently offering confidential telehealth therapy (using video conferencing to see and hear your therapist) for the foreseeable future. We are accepting new therapy clients. Please call the Clinic at 303-871-2528 to schedule a phone screening for therapy.

We will not be able to offer assessment services until further notice. We sincerely apologize for distress or inconvenience that these changes may cause. We do not take these decisions lightly, and our priority continues to be the continuity of care for our clients, training for our students, and the broader mental health and well-being of our community.

During this time of stress and anxiety, we urge you to take care of yourselves and one another. Please take all necessary precautions to protect your health and prevent the spread of illness, Coronavirus or otherwise.

Our hearts go out to those who are directly impacted by COVID-19.


Andi Pusavat, PhD, Clinic Director: Counseling Services

Eldridge Greer, PhD, Clinic Director: Assessment Services



For more information about COVID-19, visit:

Stress management and self-care resources are also available on the American Psychological Association’s Pandemic Resources page.

If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis, the phone numbers below can be accessed for support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week:

  • Emergency Line: 911
  • Colorado Crisis Line: 1-844-493-8255
  • National Suicide Prevention Line (NSPL): 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
Caring for Our Community
What Do We do?

Our mission is to offer affordable, high quality counseling and psychological assessment services to our community — and provide real-world learning opportunities for doctoral, educational specialist, and master’s students under the supervision of doctoral-level licensed psychologists.

Who DO we serve?

We are community-based and strive for equity inclusivity. We welcome individuals of all ages who do not require hospitalization, direct medical care, or emergency services — and provide counseling and/or assessment services on a sliding scale basis.

Clinic Home Counseling Services

Counseling Services

We offer high quality counseling services to the local community at an affordable rate.


Clinic Home Assessment Services

Assessment Services

We provide professional consultations, recommendations, independent education evaluations, and psychological assessment services for children and adults.


Clinic Home Research Projects

Research Projects

We pursue evidence-based learning through a variety of grant-funded research projects.



Counseling Services | 303-871-2528

Psychoeducational Assessment of Children | 303-871-6395 Hablamos Espanol!

Psychological Assessment of Adults | 303-871-3230

CFSP and CP students can learn more about the training component of the Clinic at:
Child, Family and School Psychology (CFSP) Program
Counseling Psychology (CP) Program


We are located on the University of Denver campus:

Katherine A. Ruffatto Hall — Building 83 on campus map

1999 East Evans Avenue (at High Street)
Room # 140 (on First floor)
Denver, CO 80208-1700

Hourly paid parking is available in Lot 302 or 316W on campus map. Pay stations accept coin, bills, Visa and MasterCard.


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