The Goodman Center Albizu Clinic is committed to providing excellence in the care of each patient.

Goodman Psychological Services Center, Albizu Clinic in Miami

The clinic has integrated services for speech and language pathology as well as psychology provided by trained students earning the most up-to-date techniques in their fields.

The Service Hours:
  • Monday – Thursday 10:00 am.- 9:00 pm.
    (Last appointment 8 pm)
  • Friday – Closed
  • Saturday 9:00 am. – 1:00 pm.

Goodman Psychological Services Center – Miami Campus
2173 NW 99TH Avenue Miami FL, 33172



888-825-2498 (888-8ALBIZU)



♦ The Albizu Clinic offers individual therapy services for children, adolescents, adults and the elderly under telehealth, as well as family, couple or group therapy, specialized services for victims of trauma that include domestic violence, first aid psychological, treatment for borderline personality disorder, family connection and even workshops and / or orientation or training talks to the community.


Individual Psychotherapy

Individualized therapy sessions are offered for children, adolescents and adults. Through this service, the mental health professional helps the patient to manage personal, behavioral, academic, and emotional problems or any other situation that causes emotional distress, to improve their quality of life.

Couples and Family Therapy

In this type of therapy, emotional problems and conflicts that affect couples and families are worked on. The objective is to meet the needs of each member and seek joint solutions to reduce tensions and improve interaction between them.

Group Therapy

In these therapies, specific topics and issues that can cause emotional distress are identified and these are worked on as a group.

Specialized Evaluations

Psychometric, psychoeducational, psychological and neuropsychological evaluations:

The clinic administers different types of specialized tests on an individual basis to explore cognitive abilities, learning disabilities, memory complications, personality and emotional difficulties.

Speech and Language Pathology

♦ Albizu University also has a speech and language pathology clinic that offers screening, treatment and evaluation services to infants, children, youth and adults.

♦ These services are in the different areas of communication, including: hearing, articulation-phonology, voice, rhythm, language (children and adults), cognitive needs, literacy, dysphagia, technological assistance, among others.


For children

♦ Services for children ages 0-21 in the areas of speech, language, dysphagia, fluency, voice, and literacy disorders

♦ We have specialized services for children with a diagnosis of autism, intellectual disability, hearing impairment, and developmental disabilities..

For adults

♦ Services for adults 21 years and older

♦ We have specialized clinics in the areas of eating and swallowing (dysphagia), neurogenic and linguistic disorders (intellectual / cognitive impairment, CVA, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease and other neurodegenerative diseases that affect communication), voice, fluency and articulation.

Assessment and diagnosis

Development screening

♦ Program aimed at infants and children between the ages of 0 to 5 years with apparent developmental deficiencies

♦ An interdisciplinary screening is performed between the psychologist and the speech pathologist to determine possible referrals for evaluation.

Pediatric Screening

♦ We offer short tests for children ages 0-21 with suspected language, speech, hearing, eating, and swallowing difficulties (dysphagia) to determine the need for a formal evaluation.

Screening for adults

♦ We offer short tests for individuals 21 years of age and older with suspected difficulties in the areas of language, speech, cognition, hearing, eating, and swallowing (dysphagia), to determine the need for a formal evaluation.

Pediatric evaluation and diagnosis

♦ Formal evaluation for children 0-21 years with difficulties in the areas of language, speech and hearing, to determine the need for treatment

Adult evaluation and diagnosis

♦ Formal evaluation for people over 21 years of age with difficulties in the areas of language, speech, hearing and cognition, to determine the need for treatment

Evaluation in feeding and swallowing (dysphagia)

♦ Non-instrumental evaluation for children and adults with feeding and swallowing difficulties

♦ Includes evaluation for individuals with a selective, sensory and neurogenic eating profile.

Audiological screening and evaluation

♦ Basic audiology evaluation including tympanometry, pure tones, otoacoustic emissions, and otoscopy

Neonatal screening

♦ Pure-tone screening and otoacoustic emissions

Auditory Processing Assessment

♦ Assessment aimed at children over 7 years of age who have the skills to follow instructions and read. It seeks to evaluate the capabilities of the individual to process auditory information.

Payment Assistance

Fees reflect the fact that our services are provided by students, and are determined on a sliding scale basis – they are adjusted based on income.
Evaluation fees can be paid in installments. They must be paid in full prior to feedback session and release of the written report of evaluation.
Billing questions may be addressed to our Intake Coordinator, Gustavo Vilchez.
Financial assistance is available as determined by the director, Dr. Evangelina Alonso.



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At the Albizu Clinic

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