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

Psychology’s Rita Obeid calls attention to the psychological consequences of Lebanon’s economic crisis

Rita Obeid, instructor in the department of psychology at Case Western Reserve University College of Arts and Sciences, collaborated with Sabine Saade, professor of psychology at the American University of Beirut, to discuss the impact of Lebanon’s economic crisis on the nation’s psychological well-being in a recently published article.“An...

Participate in CWRU research study on gaslighting

You are invited to participate in Case Western Reserve University Department of Psychological Sciences’ research study about your personal experiences with gaslighting and emotional manipulation. More specifically, this study investigates experiences you have had in your personal relationships where you have felt invalidated or your sense of reality has...

PTSD Depression Research Study Offering Therapy

The PTSD Treatment and Research Program at Case Western Reserve University is looking for people ages 18-65 who have experienced a stressful life event and are experiencing symptoms of PTSD or depression. Such stressors might include sexual assault, physical assault, a bad accident, loss of a job, or military...

Parents and caregivers invited to participate in a research study at CWRU

Are you a parent/caregiver who wants to contribute to scientific research? If yes, and your child is between the ages of 6-18 years old, please consider helping researchers at Case Western Reserve University. About the study: Your involvement will be approximately 45-60 minutes, and is completely virtual. You will be...

Interviews with teens to assess clarity of research survey

Researchers at Case Western Reserve University are looking for teens ages 14-17 to review a survey for a project called the Development of an Affirming Group Therapy for LGBTQIA+ Adolescents: Phase 1, and let the researchers know if it is confusing. The process should take no more than 5-10...

Project DRAMA study for adolescents

Researchers at Case Western Reserve University are looking for teens ages 14-17 who struggle with anxiety in social situations, constant worries and/or depression to participate in a study. The goal of this study is to learn more about the effectiveness of an improv group course helping adolescents with elevated anxiety...