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Psychology Clinic

Clinic Director: Norah C. Feeny, Ph.D.

Director of Clinical Training: Julie Exline, Ph.D.

CWRU Psychology Clinic Brochure

Case Western Reserve University

Psychology Therapy Clinic

11635 Euclid Avenue, Room 427

Cleveland, OH 44106

(216)368-0719

 

Who We Are

The CWRU Psychology Clinic is a mental health service and training center operated by the Department of Psychology. Therapy services are provided by graduate students enrolled in the Clinical Psychology Ph.D. program at CWRU. All student therapists are closely supervised by licensed psychologists. The Clinical Psychology program is accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation, 750 First Street, NE, Washington DC 20002-4242; 202-336-5979). The Clinic Director is Norah C. Feeny, Ph.D., an expert in clinical research and intervention.

What We Do

The CWRU Psychology Clinic offers outpatient individual psychotherapy and cognitive assessments to children, adolescents, and adults.

The CWRU Psychology Clinic provides low-cost therapy to individuals living in and around the Cleveland area, and the Clinic welcomes individuals from diverse racial, ethnic, religious and sexual orientation backgrounds.

Areas of Expertise

  • Coping with trauma
  • Anxiety, worry, and nervousness
  • Sadness, depression, and loss
  • Therapies supported by research (empirically-supported therapies)
  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy

Services We Do NOT Provide

  • Emergency or walk-in appointments
  • Child custody or other legal evaluations
  • Inpatient care, partial hospitalization, or substance dependence treatment
  • Medication prescriptions

 

How to Apply for Services

Call the clinic at 216-368-0719 to speak with the clinic coordinator about your interest in our services.

Intake Process

An initial intake appointment will be scheduled with the clinic coordinator to gather more detailed information about you and your current difficulties. This appointment will last approximately 2-3 hours and is free of charge. This appointment will involve completing paperwork, questionnaires, and a clinical interview with the clinic coordinator.

Based on information gathered from the intake interview, your intake interviewer will discuss treatment options with you. These may include receiving therapy in our clinic or providing you with community referrals better equipped to meet your needs.