Gain Clinical Skills, Meet Critical Needs

Direct service to the community is an important component of every graduate student’s learning experience at the California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP). Students in the clinical psychology doctoral programs at the Fresno campus have exceptional opportunities to gain practical skills as they provide crucial services to under-served populations at the W. Gary Cannon Psychological Services Center and through internships facilitated by the many community and mental health agencies that are members of the Golden State Psychology Internship Association (GSPIA).

W. Gary Cannon Psychological Services Center (PSC)

The W. Gary Cannon Psychological Services Center (PSC) of Fresno is a mental health agency operated by Alliant International University. It is an outpatient community clinic, providing a wide range of mental health services in the Central Valley, including services for underserved populations. Clinical services are provided by practicum students and interns under the supervision of licensed clinical faculty, and all treatment modalities foster sensitivity to ethnicity, class, race, gender and sexual orientation.

All PsyD students and PhD students spend at least one year of their practicum training within the PSC.