CMHRT COVID-19 update

Currently, we are providing therapy via videoconferencing for children, youth, parents and adults. We are now at capacity for the provision of psychoeducational assessments for adults and children/youth for this academic year. We have closed our wait list for psychoeducational assessments and hope to re-open the wait list for new referrals in May 2021. Currently, we have wait lists for all of our other services.

To receive more information, to ask questions, or to begin the process to be added to our wait lists, 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. 4, 2020Top-ranked Psychology shines at this week’s student mental health conference

    Part of Waterloo’s Thrive Week, the augural Virtual Conference on Student Mental Health Research includes discussion and research presentations by students, staff and faculty. Not surprisingly, many presenters are from the Department of Psychology and the Centre for Mental Health Research and Treatment (CMHRT).

  2. Aug. 22, 2020National Post Bigger Class Size Could Mean 5 Times Covid-19 Infections

    The National Post has released an article saying that in Canada bigger elementary class sizes could mean 5 times the number of Covid-19 infections.

  3. Aug. 11, 2020Will Our Kids be Alright?

    Join the University of Waterloo, in partnership with Kitchener Public Library, for an online community lecture. Register below for this free event. 

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