University Center for the Child and Family

The University Center for the Child and Family (UCCF) is strongly committed to helping children and families enjoy a happier life, more satisfying relationships, and increased success at school or work.
We offer a comprehensive range of mental health services for children, adolescents, and families in the community. Our professional staff will collaborate with you to develop the solutions that work best for your family.

In addition to clinical assessment and treatment, we also offer free and low-cost workshops throughout the year. Our workshops typically address topics such as parenting through separation and divorce, ADHD and learning disabilities, and developing coping skills.

Clinical interventions are provided by professional staff, postdoctoral fellows, and graduate level students under the supervision of professional staff. You do not have to be affiliated with the university to receive our services.

Upcoming Free Workshops

Participants can expect to receive new tools and practical information and to engage in discussions.

To view upcoming dates and to register, check out the workshop event listing.

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    Parenting Through Separation and Divorce

    These free workshops run the first Monday of every month except January and September.All parents are concerned about the well-being of their children as they face the challenges of separation and divorce. Our free workshops deliver practical advice in a collaborative, caring environment. We help parents understand their children’s needs during the time of separation and divorce and offer specific suggestions for creating the most beneficial post-divorce parenting relationships.We now offer a free drop-in activity for children during the parent workshop, open to all ages.

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    ADHD and Learning Disabilities Workshop

    Share ideas and get resources on Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Learning Disabilities (LD) at our three-part workshop series. This free workshop focuses on how parents can best understand and advocate for their children with attention and learning problems. The workshop also explores the emotional impact of learning problems and reviews available supports for parents and children.