To provide high quality behavioral assessment and treatment services to individuals, regardless of age or diagnosis, who engage in problem behavior, such as aggression, property destruction, self-injurious behavior, stereotypy, etc., in the context of research and training the next generation of service providers.
To Schedule an Appointment
We are currently operating under a waiting list.
We are a small, private-pay clinic that operates only certain hours per week. As such, we conduct the majority of our correspondence with families via email in order to maximize the time we spend providing clinical services directly to families.
Cost of Services
Our standard fee for services is $50 per hour, and we offer a reduced rate for eligible families. The initial consultation is free of charge; however, we ask that only caregivers (no children) attend the initial consultation appointment.
Some families might be eligible to receive funding through a grant awarded by the Texas Health and Human Services. To be eligible, children must be between the ages of 3 and 15 years and diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder.
Director: Jennifer N. Fritz, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LBA
Dr. Fritz is the Director of the Severe Behavior Disorders Research Clinic (SBDRC) at the University of Houston-Clear Lake's (UHCL) Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities (CADD) and is an Associate Professor in the Department of Clinical, Health and Applied Sciences, where she teaches courses in behavior analysis and is coordinator of the undergraduate program in behavior analysis.
Dr. Fritz founded the clinic in 2008 when CADD first opened its doors. She greatly enjoys teaching students how to work effectively with families and make clinical decisions based on best-practice methods (those backed by scientific evidence). She also is honored and privileged to work with the children, adolescents, and adults who participate in the clinic along with their families. Her goal is to provide each family with exceptional care in line with their family's values and effectively decrease client's problematic behaviors so they can live more independent and fulfilling lives.
Program Manager: Tori Fletcher, MA, BCBA, LBA
Tori Fletcher is a graduate of the Behavior Analysis master's program at UHCL. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology with a certificate in Autism Spectrum Disorders from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Tori previously served as a Clinical Research Specialist in the Severe Behavior Disorders Research Clinic (SBDRC), worked as a therapist in CADD's Applied Behavior Analysis Skills Intervention Program (ABA-SkIP), taught teachers to implement behavior analytic procedures, and worked in clinics that provided in-home early intervention services while in Milwaukee. She currently supervises clinical services provided at the clinic and serves as the Community Outreach Liaison for the Pearland community.