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The Southard Clinic exists to provide both low-cost treament to the local community and to provide clinical experience for trainees. It is a small outpatient service staffed by psychiatry residents, psychology interns, social work and nursing students.
The clinic carries on the name and tradition of E. E. Southard, the Harvard Medical School neuropathologist who not only founded the Boston Psychopathic Hospital but also began the first internship for clinical psychologists as well as the idea of psychiatric social workers
Patients may receive psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, psychopharmacologic, or family systems treatment, individually, in couples, or in groups. Southard Clinic clients may be self- referred or by counseling centers, practitioners at other hospital outpatient services, and private practitioners in the community at large.
Propsective clients are those wishing to make a referral should call
Dr. June Wolf at (617) 626-9444
Harvard Longwood and MMHC residents, interns, and trainees are supervised by psychiatrists and psychologists with appointments in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. Trainees also have the opportunity to work in sub-specialty areas such as psychological testing, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and psychopharmacology.
June Wolf, Ph.D. is the Director of the Southard Clinic and
James Feldman, M.D. is the Medical Director.
ContactDr. June Wolf, Ph.D
General Information: email@example.com
Massachusetts Mental Health Center - 180 Morton Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 Tel: 617-626-9300
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