Psychoeducational Assessment Waitlists Now Closed

Currently, we are providing therapy for children, youth, parents, and adults.

Our waitlist for psychoeducational assessments for children/youth and adults is currently closed.  We anticipate re-opening the waitlist in May 2024 for assessments that will occur in 2025 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.


  1. Feb. 1, 2024Dr. Dillon Browne, FamilyPsycle Lab Featured in University of Waterloo's Global Futures Report
    Dillon Browne and Students Sitting in CMHRT Family Therapy Room. Green Chairs and tree-based wall art fill the room.

    Department of Psychology and CMHRT Researcher, Dr. Dillon Browne and the FamilyPsycle Lab, were featured this week in the University of Waterloo's Global Futures Report. 

  2. Jan. 12, 2024Students Attend UW Women’s Varsity Ice Hockey Mental Health Awareness Game
    Students standing behind CMHRT Table Booth at game. Left to right: Aliya McNeil and Jolie Ho.

    Clinical psychology doctoral students Aliya McNeil and Jolie Ho represented the CMHRT and our clinical psychology area at a local mental health awareness event on Friday January 12, 2024.

  3. Jan. 11, 2024CMHRT Community Education Outreach Workshop "What is Self-Compassion and How Can We Use It?" on January 11, 2024
    Students standing in front of presentation screen. Left to right: Jenessa Shaw, Michelle Korlacka, and Monica Grove.

    Clinical psychology graduate students Jenessa Shaw, Michelle Korlacka, and Monica Groves, presented a workshop for the general public on Self-Compassion at the Kitchener Public Library (Central Branch) on January 11, 2024. The event was well attended, and the students provided an informative and engaging workshop to explain the concept of self-compassion, research on the benefits and considerations for use, and practical strategies for implementation. The students were a credit to the clinical program, department and our psychology profession, integrating research and a

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