Center for Psychiatry and Behavioral Health

CarminCherylProfessor-Clinical of Psychology
Director of Clinical Psychology Training

College of Medicine
Wexner Medical Center
614-293-0697
Cheryl.Carmin@osumc.edu

General Research Interests: My research efforts have concentrated on the evidence–based assessment and treatment of anxiety disorders. Most recently, my research has focused on the prevalence of anxiety in coronary heart disease (CHD). Ultimately, I hope to extend and refine treatment interventions to those individuals with CHD and anxiety.

Research Technique: Heart rate variability assessment

Current Research Projects: Impact of Psychological Services on Health Service Utilization for Individuals with Coronary Heart Disease

PubMed articles

Education and Training:

MEd: Counseling Psychology, Temple University
PhD: Counseling & Student Personnel Psychology, University of Minnesota

Postgraduate Education/Training: 

Fellowship: Cognitive Therapy, specializing in anxiety disorders, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine & University Hospitals of Cleveland, Phobia Clinic Cleveland

Editorial Activities:

Editor, Special Issue, Cognitive and Behavioral Practice
1997 – present Cognitive and Behavioral Practice – editorial board
2011 – present Journal of Obsessive Compulsive Disorders – editorial board

Memberships:

1987 – present Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies
2008 – 2011 Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Board of Directors
2002 – present Founding Fellow/Diplomate, Academy of Cognitive Therapy
2006 – present Credentialing Committee, Academy of Cognitive Therapy

Academic and Clinical Service:

2014 – present Director of Clinical Psychology Training, Ohio State Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health
2015 – present Tenure and Promotion Committee, Ohio State College of Medicine

My Clinical Bio

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