Clinical Psychology Graduate Training Program

The APA-accredited graduate training program in clinical psychology at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) offers doctoral education and training in the science and practice of clinical psychology. In our scientist-practitioner program we prepare students to conduct cutting edge research, be engaging teachers, and provide empirically-supported treatments in a variety of settings.

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Clinical Program News and Highlights

What is passive suicidal ideation?

Refinery 29: James Overholser, a professor in the Department of Psychological Sciences at the College of Arts and Sciences, discussed passive suicidal ideation, which is characterised by thinking about dying or a desire to be dead, without actively making a specific plan to carry out those thoughts. “A combination...

Grover C. Gilmore retires after 20 years as Mandel School dean and 46 years at CWRU

When Grover “Cleve” Gilmore agreed to lead the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences in 2002, his appointment was intended to last only a year. Now, after a 20-year tenure as dean of the highly ranked social work school, he will retire June 30. Gilmore’s leadership...

Faculty members nominated for 2021 Diekhoff Awards

Each spring, Diekhoff Awards recognize outstanding graduate mentoring and teaching. Up to four Diekhoff Awards are given annually, two for mentoring and two for teaching. Faculty members who receive these awards must have an appointment in a department awarding degrees through the School of Graduate Studies. Nominations are made by...

Graduate students earn Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Research Awards

Case Western Reserve University’s Graduate Student Council offered its first Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Research Award to five students, awarding $4,000 over two award cycles. These awards provide funding to CWRU master’s and doctoral students who are conducting research with marginalized populations. The award winner’s research will address critical gaps...

Listen to Dr. Lincoln’s new podcast!

Dr. Sarah Hope Lincoln recently did an episode for the podcast elated: A Mental Health Podcast, titled Understanding Mental Illness.  You can listen here: