Dr. Charlene Kamin Schneider is a psychologist who has been serving Cincinnati for over two decades. She currently practices from her warm, comfortable office in Maineville, conveniently located on Prairie View Drive between Grandin and Montgomery Roads.
Dr. Schneider received her Ph.D. (the highest academic degree) from Maimi University's American Psychological Association (APA) approved program in clinical psychology in 1991. Her area of specialization was women's issues. Dr. Schneider wrote her dissertaion on depression in women.
During her APA approved internship at University of Cincinnati's Psychological Services Center, she focused on recovery from sexual abuse, battering relationships, both physical and emotional, eating disorders, and gay and lesbian issues.
She did her post-doctoral training at the Eating Disorders Clinic at the University of Cincinnati's College of Medicine. Her focus there was individual therapy with eating disordered clients, group psychothereapy with this population, and family therapy.
During Dr. Schneider's years in practice she has worked with men, women, and adolescents. She has treated individuals, couples, and traditional and non-traditional families. She has seen gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, and straight clients.
Anxiety, depresson, trauma recovery, PTSD, relationship issues, anger issues, grief and loss recovery, and parenting issues are some of the many problems Dr. Schneider can help you address.
Dr. Schneider offers therapy with (or without) her therapy dog-in-training. Obsidian (Sid) offers comfort (and sometimes comic relief!) to her psychotherapy sessions for those who love pets.
For more details about Dr. Schneider's background, click on the page called "Vita."
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