Community Counseling and Research Center


The College of Education and Human Performance Community Counseling and Research Center (CCRC) is a state of the art clinical training facility with 10 counseling rooms including a play therapy and adolescent therapy room. The Clinic offers free individual, couple and family counseling sessions, and on occasion, we also conduct group-counseling programs.

With the exception of short semester breaks, the Community Counseling and Research Center (CCRC) operates weekdays and evenings throughout the year. Counseling sessions are usually 45-50 minutes in length. Over 1,200 individuals receive services annually!

Advanced graduate students from the Counselor Education Program staff the CCRC. These students have specialties in Mental Health, School, and Marriage/Family Counseling. All sessions are monitored and recorded by our digital system. A faculty member and/or doctoral student learning clinical supervision skills will observe the counseling session and will provide your counselor (a graduate student) with consultation and suggestions in order to maximize the benefits of counseling. In some instances, other graduate students in training or professionals will participate in these conferences. Additionally, the site utilizes bug-in-ear technology for counselors to receive direct real-time supervision from their supervisor. These activities are intended to ensure that you are receiving the highest quality service.

The CCRC adheres to the ethical standards of the American Counseling Association. Clients are accepted on a first come, first served basis. Referrals are made to outside sources when necessary. Call (407) 823-2052 today to schedule your first appointment. We look forward to serving you and your family.

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