In their words...
We are integrating best diagnostic practices with a family-centered approach. We try to consider all factors when we make a diagnosis, develop and implement a treatment plan for a child.
About IHA & Our Centers
Welcome to the Institute for Human Adjustment (IHA), which is comprised of the University Center for the Development of Language and Literacy; the U-M Psychological Clinic; and The University Center for the Child and the Family. Since 2009, Dr. Cheryl King has been leading IHA and has been a driving force behind its mission to serve the university and the broader community with evidence-based clinical services and educational opportunities of the highest quality in order to assist individuals, couples and families with difficulties in adjustment, learning, and communication.
IHA has several important institute-wide initiatives to enhance scholarly understanding and research related to its mission, and to facilitate community education and discussion.
The University Center for the Child and the Family
UCCF offers a collaborative and caring approach to helping find solutions for each family's difficult challenges. We are committed to serving children, adolescents, and families in our community. Our multidisciplinary staff offers a range of mental health services.
U-M Psychological Clinic
The Psychological Clinic offers therapy to adults 18 and older for many difficulties and concerns, including depression and anxiety, problems with personal relationships; school and career difficulties.