If your emotional, psychological, or intellectual issues make it difficult or impossible to perform a necessary life task without help, you'll almost certainly qualify to have a psychiatric service dog (PSD). All you need is a letter from one of our licensed mental health therapists and you'll legally be allowed to have a PSD. A psychiatric service dog or "PSD" is a service dog that is trained to help its handler with a mental, emotional, intellectual, or psychiatric-specific task.
Thorough, Quick, & Professional Assessments
Our PSD letter qualification process is quick, easy, and performed by licensed mental health professionals. We've developed a highly effective questionnaire that gathers only the most critical information necessary to make a disabled determination - and dispenses with unnecessary, time-consuming testing.
Once you complete the testing, a licensed therapist will review, follow up, and complete your assessment within 48-hours. Your PSD letter will be emailed the same day! The physical copy will be mailed within one business day.
Your Dog Can Qualify
For your dog to qualify as a psychiatric service dog, it must be trained to assist you with a significant life task that you cannot or have trouble performing by yourself. There are many tasks you may benefit from and our expert staff can help you identify what you may need.
100% Money-Back Guarantee
In the rare instance a client does not qualify for a PSD letter, a complete refund is immediately issued. There is absolutely no monetary risk.
CPS therapists are specifically trained and licensed to assess and qualify you for a psychiatric service dog. Once your therapist qualifies you, you'll immediately be able to:
✓ Take your dog with you everywhere!
✓ Qualify for no-pet housing and not be charged any kind of fee
✓ Fly with your dog in the cabin of an aircraft without being charged a fee.
To be eligible for a psychiatric service dog (PSD), you must have a psychological disability that substantially limits one or more major life activities. The ADA defines this as "any mental or psychological disorder", such as:
To qualify as a psychiatric service dog, your dog must be trained to help you with your condition.