Cognitive Behavior Therapy Clinic

Services

We specialize in the assessment and treatment of depression and anxiety disorders for adults. Services at the CBT Research and Training Clinic may be appropriate for you if you are currently experiencing symptoms associated with one of the disorders below.

Individual psychotherapy is generally available to adults who suffer from the symptoms of depression, anxiety, and panic. We specialize in time-limited interventions that use principles from cognitive behavior therapy (CBT). Individual psychotherapy typically includes one 50-minute session per week for a maximum of 16 weeks, although we expect to deliver even briefer interventions based on the semester system. Specific arrangements may vary slightly and are collaboratively negotiated once therapy begins.

Group psychotherapy begins at different times throughout the year and may be done either alone or in conjunction with individual therapy. Like individual psychotherapy, group psychotherapy is a time-limited intervention that uses principles from cognitive behavior therapy (CBT). Group psychotherapy typically includes one 1-2 hour session per week for up to 10 weeks. Group sizes may range from 3-6 people.

Fees

All services offered by the CBT Research and Training Clinic are currently free of charge.

Contact us

All services for the CBT Research and Training Clinic are scheduled through the Clinic Coordinator. Please direct any questions, including those about services offered, current status of our waitlist, and treatment options, to the Clinic Coordinator.

Clinic Coordinator
(812) 855-2312, option 4

Other questions about Clinic operations should be directed to the clinic’s Faculty Lead Supervisor:

Faculty Lead Supervisor
Brittany M. Brothers, Ph.D.
(812) 856-3286

The administrative staff of all IU Psychology Research and Training Clinics can help direct your call or answer general questions concerning our location, hours, and who to contact with specific questions:

Psychology Research and Training Clinic Coordinator
Shirley Richardson
(812) 855-2313