University Services

Psychology Research and Service Center

Clinical Research Services Building, 4505 Cullen
713-743-8600
www.uh.edu/prsc

The PRSC is a community clinic offering therapy for a wide range of emotional and behavioral concerns and adjustment problems. Doctoral students in Clinical Psychology provide treatment and services consistent with the most recent advances in psychological science, including cognitive and behavioral approaches to change. Individual, family, couples, and group treatment are offered under the supervision of the clinical psychology faculty. In addition to psychotherapy, a broad range of psychological assessment services (e.g., intelligence, achievement, learning disabilities, personality, and behavioral functioning) are offered for both children and adults. Fees, collected at the time of service, may be adjusted on a sliding scale according to ability to pay. UH students receive a special discounted rate.

The PRSC also maintains several specialty clinics, including the Anxiety Disorders Clinic, Center for Couple's Therapy, Depression Research Clinic, and Forensic Psychology Services. In addition, the PRSC provides information about mental health to the community through Continuing Education professional training programs, workshops, and lectures to agencies and organizations.