The Institute for Human Adjustment (IHA) has a long history at the University of Michigan, dating back to 1935. The Speech Clinic (now the University Center for the Development of Language and Literacy (UCLL)) had already been established when it became part of IHA in 1936-37. The U-M Psychological Clinic was founded in 1938 as part of the IHA, and the University Center for the Child and the Family (UCCF) evolved from a prior counseling unit to become part of the institute in 1987. These are IHA's current centers.
Since its establishment more than 75 years ago, IHA has been providing training to graduate and postgraduate students in the delivery of services to children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families with mental health difficulties, language disabilities, and literacy challenges.
You can also stay connected by visiting our following pages:
- Facebook - to receive updates from IHA
- LinkedIn - to join U-M Institute for Human Adjustment Alumni Group to stay connected with other alumni
- Self-subscribe to our newsletters - our newsletters features stories about the people at IHA, lists announcements of our events and reminders of our registration cut-off dates, and recaps the goings-on