The Community Counseling and Psychological Assessment Center (CCPAC) is a community-based counseling/assessment facility featuring a therapeutic staff who provide quality counseling, psychological assessment, and consulting services. CCPAC counselors/psychologists provide a broad range of treatment services for individuals, couples, and families, including support for life transition dilemmas, crisis-related issues, and disorders of learning, depression and anxiety. Counseling and psychoeducational services are provided by graduate students (under the supervision of Psychology Department faculty) and a limited number of licensed professionals, depending on the need. The CCPAC is a training facility for graduate students and is directly affiliated with Central Washington University's Mental Health Counseling, School Counseling, and School Psychology programs.
The goal of the CCPAC is to provide quality counseling services to members of the local and surrounding communities and to establish collaborative working relationships with individuals, schools, and families. Most services are provided free of charge.
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