Center for Counseling and Psychological Services
The MTSU Center for Counseling and Psychological Services (the Center or CCPS) is a not-for-profit training facility affiliated with the Professional Counseling Program at MTSU that is located in the Miller Education Center.
The mission of the Center is to:
- provide supervised training experiences to Professional Counseling graduate students
- serve as a professional counseling and educational resource to residents and professionals of the middle Tennessee region
- conduct research aimed at increasing one’s understanding of psychological phenomena and promoting optimal mental health.
The Center's office hours are Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 12pm - 7pm. The Center currently operates from August through May based off of MTSU's schedule.
The Center includes three individual/family counseling rooms, and a child therapy room. The counseling offices are equipped with a state-of-the-art audio/video recording system. All sessions are recorded for supervision purposes only.
A broad range of services are provided to residents of middle Tennessee as well as MTSU faculty, staff and students. Given that the purpose of the Professional Counseling program is to train students to work with children, adolescents, and adults, services are aimed at helping these populations resolve behavioral, emotional and interpersonal problems. The Center is a safe space and faculty and students adhere to and uphold the American Counseling Association Code of Ethics.
Specialized services include:
- individual counseling
- family/parent education
- continuing education opportunities for professionals
- distance counseling