UC Behavioral Health Center
The UC Behavioral Health Center is the psychological services clinic run by the University of Cincinnati Psychology Department. We serve UC and the local community by providing low-cost options for therapy.
The Behavioral Health Center is a training clinic for graduate students in the Psychology Department. All services are conducted by graduate trainees and supervised by licensed clinical psychologists.
We also offer learning disorder assessment services for children and adolescents. If interested in those services, please click here.
We offer individual and couples therapy services using evidence-based practices. Sessions are scheduled weekly for 50-minutes. We offer services to address concerns related to anxiety, depression, stress, and interpersonal challenges.
We also occasionally offer child and adolescent psychotherapy and group therapy. Please email us (email@example.com) to inquire about these services.
The Behavioral Health Center is located on the 3rd floor of the U Square Classrooms building on Calhoun Street, in Suite 380. The U Square Building is located directly across the street from UC’s main campus, in between Target and Spectrum Mobile. The address is:
UC Behavioral Health Center
225 Calhoun Street, Suite 380
Cincinnati, OH 45219
How you can reach us:
If you are interested in our services, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, phone number, and a brief description of the type of services you are interested in. You can also call us at 513-556-5559 and leave a message. We will return your message within 2-4 business days.
Frequently Asked Questions:
We offer services on a sliding scale fee from $15–$50, based on your income. Due to the training nature of our clinic, we do not accept insurance.
Sessions are scheduled weekly for 50-minutes.
No! In fact, we specialize in shorter-term therapy (generally about 6 months to a year) with flexibility based on your needs.
Your therapist is a graduate trainee in the doctoral program for clinical psychology at the University of Cincinnati. All trainees receive supervision by a licensed clinical psychologist in the state of Ohio.
We offer confidential, personalized, identity affirming therapy using evidence-based practices including cognitive behavioral strategies. Your therapist uses a collaborative, non-judgmental approach to help you identify treatment goals and works with you to make progress towards those goals.
We do not offer ADHD evaluations.
We do not offer autism spectrum disorder evaluations.
If you’re interested, please contact us via email (email@example.com) or phone (513-556-5559). The next steps would be to schedule a 15 minute phone screen to further discuss your symptoms and see if our services meet your needs.
We are happy to provide you referrals to other community resources.