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Concordia University of Edmonton Psychology Clinic

Located within the vibrant and picturesque Concordia University of Edmonton (CUE) setting, the Concordia University of Edmonton Psychology Clinic (CUEPC) offers a state-of-the-art facility and training ground for graduate students at CUE.

We offer affordable psychological services to the CUE community and to the general public. Our services are provided by doctoral students in clinical psychology who have been trained by staff who uphold the highest standards of excellence in teaching and research. 

The centre welcomes professional and self-referrals which can be made by emailing cuepc@concordia.ab.ca. Services are provided by appointment only. At this time, clients are being seen in person, following Alberta Health Services guidelines. Please note that the Centre is not a walk-in facility and cannot offer crisis or emergency services.

We treat and embrace people from all ages, backgrounds, cultures, religion, gender identity, sexuality, and family dynamics.


Services Provided

Assessment and Evaluation

The CUEPC offers a variety of assessments such as educational, psychological, career, and personality assessments for clients ages six and older. Reports and debriefing sessions are also provided.  

Interventions and Counselling

The CUEPC offers clinical intervention and counselling services to adults, youth, and children  that promote well being. Reasons for referral may vary from wanting to improve wellness or performance (e.g., through meditation, mindfulness, positive psychology, etc.), manage life events (e.g., relationships, life transitions, parenthood, etc.), or to alleviate symptoms that are interfering with day-to-day life (e.g., stress, sleep, etc.).

Services at this time are provided through individual 1:1 sessions and/or workshops  to individuals six years and older. 

Research and Consultation 

The CUEPC offers systematic investigations to help achieve new insight and/or engage in decision making processes. For example, our doctoral students can offer program evaluation consultations, psycho-education, etc.  

Services Not Provided

The CUEPC is not able to provide psychiatric or emergency services or services where there is a risk of frequent or severe crisis or involvement with the law. We do not provide services for the following: 

  • Couples therapy 
  • Assessments for legal issues (e.g., capacity, child custody, and access) 
  • Treatment for eating disorders 
  • Treatment for severe substance abuse/dependence 
  • Treatment for severe mental illness (e.g., schizophrenia, bipolar disorder) 
  • Difficulties that are associated with a high risk of legal involvement (e.g., violence, criminal behaviour) 
  • Difficulties that are associated with frequent and/or severe crises (e.g., actively suicidal and unable to assure safety) 

If a case is not suitable for the training level of our students, we strive to refer the client to a more appropriate practitioner or agency.



We have a newly built research lab, training clinic, and community space that supports community engagement.

Find us on the second floor of the Allan Wachowich Centre for Science, Research and Innovation. We are located at the South East end (through the glass doors).
Overlooking the river valley, our space consists of:

  • 5 counselling rooms (4 individual and 1 group)
  • 1 assessment and research laboratory
  • 1 large meeting room
  • 1 graduate academic assistantship office

Other amenities: kitchen, waiting room (with children’s area), and accessible washroom

The clinic consists of several rooms that serve clients, clinical training, and administration. In addition to the 6 client rooms, there is also an observation room, small kitchen, administration area, accessible washroom, waiting room, psychometric library, and Clinic Manager office.

The clinic also hosts the Macie and Kaiden Jacobson Child & Family Assessment Suite which encompasses the small group room and the observation room. This suite is ‘named,’ recognizing the kindness and generosity of the donors. Funds were utilized on furnishing the room with storage, materials, and technology to support children/families.


To request information about treatment and/or join a waitlist for services, please email cuepc@concordia.ab.ca .

Please do not share any personal information other than the type of service you would like (e.g., psychotherapy/counselling, intellectual assessment, personality assessment, research, consultation, etc).


We’re grateful to offer no-cost psychological services for the 2023/24 academic year.


Centre Phone

780-491-6884 Extension 884



Allan Wachowich Centre for Science, Research, & Innovation
Concordia University of Edmonton
7128 Ada Blvd NW, Edmonton, AB, T5B 4E4