The University of Miami Department of Psychology is dedicated to serving the community through its undergraduate and graduate teaching, as well as through its broad community outreach as demonstrated by its extensive research portfolio and direct service programs. Below you will find links to the Department's numerous Community Service Programs and Community Research Programs. While all of our "service" programs have a research infrastructure and all of our research programs have a "service" component, they are listed accordingly under their primary function.
Community Service Programs
- Center for Autism and Related Disabilities
- Linda Ray Intervention Center
- Autism Spectrum Assessment Clinic
- Psychological Services Center
- Program for Emotional Problems in Children (PEP-C)
- Project THRIVE
- The ROSE Project
Community Research Programs
- Coping and Recovery Project
- Sibling Study Measuring Infant Learning and Emotion (SIB SMILE)
- Program for Anxiety Stress and OCD (PASO)
- Child and Adolescent Mood and Anxiety Treatment
- Child Implementation and Effectiveness Lab (CIELO)
- Cystic Fibrosis Questionnaire-Revised Website
- The Coming Out Project at UM
- Knowledge, Skills, & Adherence Measures for Cystic Fibrosis
- Tobacco, Obesity and Oncology Laboratory (TOOL)
- Family Adjusting to Medical Illness in Your family research lab
- Intensive Behavioral Intervention Services Clinic (IBIS)
- Simons Foundation Powering Autism Research for Knowledge (SPARK)
The University of Miami is now home to several research and clinical service programs providing state-of-the-art treatments to children, adolescents and adults with anxiety disorders and related conditions. Please visit our programs for more specific information or call us at (305) 284-9852.
The Child and Adolescent Mood and Anxiety Treatment (CAMAT) program in the Department of Psychology at the University of Miami is a clinical research and service program dedicated to developing and testing state-of-the-art treatment approaches for anxiety and depression in children and adolescents. Some of our treatment programs are funded by research grants and other resources that allow us to provide diagnostic assessments and evidence-based treatment to children and adolescents at low- to no-cost.
The Program for Anxiety, Stress and OCD (PASO) at the University of Miami is a clinical research program committed to understanding the causes, consequences and associated features of anxiety and OC Spectrum disorders. Our mission is to uncover factors that could be targeted in the prevention and treatment of anxiety-related pathology. In addition to uncovering knowledge about how these disorders emerge and are maintained, our focus also includes the development and examination of evidence-based treatments aimed at ameliorating the distress associated with these disorders.