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

Life is Better with You Here campaign – Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation

The Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation is partnering with Canvaas Consulting to reach Black/African American young men and teens struggling with their mental health, and to help start the conversation about preventing suicide. Life is Better With You Here aims to share helpful resources and stories at The campaign...

Case Western Reserve University named best college in Ohio in new study

WalletHub named Case Western Reserve as the top college or university in Ohio for the third year in a row. Kenyon College was No. 2, followed by Oberlin College. For the third straight year, Cleveland's Case Western Reserve University has topped the list of the best colleges and universities in...

The changing landscape of youth suicide and suicidal behavior: An examination of racial differences and risk factors

2021-2022 Kessler-Freedheim Lecture Presented in person & via Zoom webinar Featuring Dr. Arielle Sheftall Suicide Prevention & Research Center Nationwide Children's Hospital WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2021 11:30 A.M. - 1:00 P.M. FREE & OPEN TO THE COMMUNITY Youth suicide and suicidal behavior have increased over the past decade and suicide is still the second leading cause of...

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...