The Institute for Individual and Family Counseling (IIFC) works with individuals from diverse backgrounds and with a wide variety of concerns and life difficulties. Our services are provided in English and Spanish and include the following:
Adults: A wide range of concerns can be addressed with adults. This is a list of common presenting concerns:
- Gender Identity
- Sexual Concerns
- Loss of a relationship
- Loss of job
- Career Counseling
- Conflict with family members
- Social Anxiety
- Sleep difficulties
- Anger Management
- Work Difficulties
Children and Adolescents: Children and adolescents are often referred by teachers or other professionals. Parents also seek counseling for their child or adolescent to help them cope with different life experiences or to address behaviors that raised concerns in their parents. Common presenting concerns for children and adolescents include:
- Anger management
- Problem Solving Skills
- Coping with parents separation/divorce
- Loss of friendship
- Social Anxiety
- Behavior difficulties at school/home
- Difficulty concentrating
- Struggling with school work
Couples and Family Counseling
Couples counseling: The focus of therapy is to address any concerns that partners have in regards to their relationship. Some presenting concerns include communication issues, difficultly with intimacy, financial problems or conflict resolution.
Family Counseling: The focus of therapy is to help all family members within the context of the family work on problems they are experiencing as a unit. Family members may choose to attend counseling to learn how to help one family member cope with a specific concern they are experiencing and may affect how they relate to other family members.
Assessments are provided to both children and adults to address questions related to cognitive, emotional/behavioral and academic functioning. These assessments are often completed for diagnostic purposes and to provide recommendations that will assist with accommodations in the school and/or job setting. Some presenting concerns include:
- Difficulty with attention and concentration
- Learning Disability
- Developmental Concerns
- Personality concerns
- Behavior Concerns
We offer a sliding fee scale for counseling services based on income; dedicated to making our services available to the entire community. We have been providing lower cost psychological and educational services to individuals and families for over 30 years.
Please contact the IIFC for questions regarding psychological assessment fees. At the IIFC, we accept credit cards and personal checks.
We will resume accepting cash once we return to providing services in the building. We do not bill insurance.
At this time you can make your payment online through our website. See directions below or you can mail in your payment to the IIFC at:
University of Miami
Max Orovitz Building (IIFC)
1507 Levante Ave. Suite 201
Coral Gables, FL. 33146
To pay your fee online CLICK HERE
After completing and submitting the credit card form, you will see a payment confirmation page and receive a confirmation email. Please keep this "receipt" for your records.
Credit Card Information
Cards accepted include American Express, Discover, Master Card, and Visa.
School of Education and Human Development does not have, under any circumstances, access to your credit card information. Your credit card information is used to process your admissions fee payment and will not be used for any other purposes. Credit card information is transmitted through, but is not stored, on a web-enabled server. Please be aware your credit card will be billed from our third-party service provider Nelnet Campus Commerce, USA.
Refund Policy Statement
All fees are non-refundable