The Indiana University CBT Research and Training Clinic is located in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Indiana University. The CBT Research and Training Clinic is one of three centers for clinical training at Indiana University for doctoral students. As such, all services are provided by advanced graduate students in Clinical Psychology. Student clinicians are closely supervised by Indiana University faculty.
We are now offering evaluations, and both individual and group treatment for depression and anxiety. All services are currently free of charge.
Psychology Clinic Staff
Cara Lewis Ph.D., Director & Supervisor
Brittany M. Brothers Ph.D., Lead Faculty Supervisor
Shirley Richardson, Coordinator
The CBT Research and Training Clinic is committed to providing the best, low cost mental health care services available to adolescents and adults living in the Bloomington area, including faculty, staff, and students at Indiana University. To accomplish this goal, we use empirically-supported interventions when designing, implementing, and evaluating our assessment and intervention procedures. The term “empirically-supported” means that we use interventions and strategies that have been found to be effective in the research literature. All of our services are informed by scientific research, whenever possible.
We specialize in a particular form of psychotherapy called Cognitive Behavior Therapy. What is Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)? CBT is one of the few forms of psychotherapy that has been scientifically tested and found to be effective in numerous clinical trials for many different disorders. In particular, CBT has been found to be effective in treating depression and anxiety. In contrast to other forms of psychotherapy, CBT is typically brief (or time-limited), focused on the present, problem-solving oriented and focused on building skills that can be used for the rest of client’s lives.
For a complete listing of available services, go to Services