The CWRU Psychology Clinic is accepting new referrals.
However, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently offering psychotherapy exclusively through technology-assisted services. These include telephone calls and video-conference sessions. These tools can make it convenient to discuss issues with a therapist, but there are additional risks to confidentiality when using any form of electronic communication.
Please contact our office by leaving a detailed voice message at (216) 368-0719
or by sending an email message to PsychologyClinic@protonmail.com
A member of our staff will get back in touch with you shortly.
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. Therapists in our clinic are affirming of individuals of all sexual orientations, gender identities, and religious, ethnic, and racial backgrounds. 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 James Overholser, Ph.D., an expert in clinical research and intervention.
What We Do
The CWRU Psychology Clinic offers evidence-based outpatient individual psychotherapy 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.
Problems Often Treated
- Anxiety, Worry, and Panic
- Relationship Problems
- Adjustment to Major Life Changes
- Childhood anxiety and depression*
**Please note, for any services provided to minors (children/adolescents under the age of 18), the minor’s legal guardian(s) must call. We also reserve the right to request legal documentation of custody at the time of intake.
Services We Do NOT Provide
- Emergency or walk-in appointments
- Child custody or other legal evaluations (i.e. disability evaluations, worker’s compensation)
- Assessment for learning disorders, ADHD, Autism, memory, and/or dementia
- Inpatient care, partial hospitalization
- Problems with substance abuse or dependence
- Medication prescriptions
*Please note, due to the educational focus of the CWRU Clinic, we do not allow any clinical documentation to leave the premises, nor electronically transferred outside of the Clinic.*
We will only release information to other qualified health care providers in order to ensure an adequate continuity of care.
Examples of documentation we do not provide include (but are not limited to) the following:
- disability evaluations
- special educational needs
- divorce proceedings
- child custody evaluations
- employment certifications
- civil lawsuits
- criminal defense preparations
How to Inquire About Services
Call the clinic at 216-368-0719 to speak with the clinic coordinator about your interest in our services. You can also email the clinic at PsychologyClinic@protonmail.com.
Two initial intake appointments will be scheduled with the clinic coordinator to gather more detailed information about you and your current difficulties. These appointments will last approximately 1.5 hours each and are free of charge. These appointments will involve completing paperwork, questionnaires, and a clinical interview with the clinic coordinator. Based on information gathered from the intake appointments, 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.
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