Centre for Psychological Services and Research (CPSR)

The Centre for Psychological Services and Research (CPSR) is a training unit of the School of Psychology of the University of Ottawa. The Centre has three functions:

  1. offering training for doctoral students in clinical psychology;
  2. conducting research;
  3. providing psychological services, in both English and French, to the Ottawa-Gatineau area.

Services offered

  • Psychological treatment
    • individual therapy for adolescents and adults
    • couple therapy
    • child and family services
  • Adult assessment
  • Child & family assessment
  • Career counseling

Administrative Staff

  • Director: Cary Kogan, Ph.D., C.Psych.
  • Interns' Coordinator: Sophie Lebel, Ph.D., C.Psych.
  • Operations Coordinator: Stephanie Guillemette 
  • Administrative assistant: vacant
  • Receptionist-customer service clerk: Josée Carbonneau 

Client fees

There are standard hourly fees, with possible adjustments based on income. There is also a standard fee package for career and psycho-educational assessments.

Although psychological services are not covered by provincial health plans (OHIP, RAMQ), they may be covered by supplementary health plans. Please check your insurance plan for further details.

Research Activities

As professors in the School of Psychology, CPSR supervisors are regularly involved in conducting research on a range of psychological topics. The research interests of each professor are listed in the professors' individual Web pages. Additionally, there are frequently ongoing research projects involving the clients and services of the Centre. Recent examples include studies of depression in distressed relationships, psychotherapy process research, assessment of trauma-related symptoms in therapy clients, and program evaluation of individual psychotherapy services.

Predoctoral Internship in Clinical Psychology

The Centre for Psychological Services and Research is a training unit of the School of Psychology at the University of Ottawa that offers a predoctoral internship in clinical psychology.

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