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What is a Psychologist?

Psychologists have doctoral degrees and are among the highest trained healthcare professionals having five to seven years of graduate training in psychology.  Psychologists are trained in providing effective, research-based methods of evaluating and treating mental health concerns including emotional, behavioral, and cognitive difficulties. Because psychologists spend more time in clinical training than other mental health professionals (e.g., social workers, master’s level counselors), they often specialize in areas such as neuropsychology, health psychology, child psychology, forensic psychology, and trauma.

To find a psychologist, please use our “find a psychologist” button on this page or download our directory.

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Low Cost Services

The following places offer reduced rates for psychological services:

Central Clinic:

Mental Health Services:

Mercy Professional Services:

Catholic Social Services:

Jewish Family Services:

Professional Pastoral Counseling:

Centerpoint Health:

513-558-5823

513-559-2097

513-221-2330

513-385-9600

513-469-1188

513-791-5990

513-221-4357