CMHRT COVID-19 update

Currently, we are providing therapy in person or via videoconferencing for children, youth, parents and adults.

We have now closed our waitlist for psychoeducational assessments for children/youth and adults.  We anticipate re-opening the waitlist in May 2023 for assessments that will occur in 2024 or later. 

To receive more information, to ask questions, or to begin the process to be added to our waitlists, please click here: Let’s Get Started!

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The Centre for Mental Health Research and Treatment (CMHRT) is a vital component of the Clinical Psychology program at the University of Waterloo. The CMHRT offers accessible, effective mental health services for adults, adolescents, children and families in the Region of Waterloo while facilitating cutting-edge research on the development, persistence and treatment of mental health problems and providing comprehensive clinical training in our state-of-the-art facility.

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  1. Nov. 21, 2022CMHRT Community Education Outreach Presentation on Teens and Social Relationships Held on November 17 2022

    Clinical psychology graduate students Jasmine Zhang, Charlotte Aiken, and Aliya McNeil presented a workshop for parents and caring adults on Teens and Social Relationships at the Kitchener Public Library (Central Branch) on Nov 17, 2022.  The students shared interesting and informative research and developmental information about the changing landscape of teen social relationships with parents, friends, and romantic partners. 

  2. Oct. 20, 2022CMHRT Community Education Outreach Presentation on Mindfulness Held on October 20 2022

    Clinical psychology graduate students from the University of Waterloo Mahsa Sadeghi Janbahan, Jolie Ho, Kendra Wasson, and Sarena Daljeet developed and presented an engaging, informative, and interactive workshop on Mindfulness to community participants at the Kitchener Public Library Central Branch on October 20, 2022.  The presentation incorporated clinical examples and interactive exercises to understand the nature and science associated with mindfulness.

  3. Mar. 4, 2022How to Talk to Your Kids About the Conflict in Ukraine

    In this YouTube video, Dr. Dillon Browne (Clinical Faculty Member) meets with Goodable to discuss the added stress of the conflict in Ukraine during a time when families are already experiencing high levels of stress due to the global pandemic and rising inflation. Guidance to parents on how to discuss the conflict in Ukraine with their children is also shared. Check out the video below!

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