Juliette Savitscus Ph.D.


Dr. Savitscus received her doctorate in clinical psychology from Michigan State University, where she had a concentration in child and family issues.  During her training, she also worked at a local children’s grief center in various capacities, including running a group for bereaved parents and supervising groups for children dealing with grief issues.  Counseling grieving children and adults continues to be a passion for Dr. Savitscus Her other major clinical interests are in women’s issues, such as self-esteem, depression, anxiety, anger, relationships, and history of abuse.  Her dissertation focused on women’s identity issues and well-being and she has published two related articles in peer-reviewed journals.   At Matrix, Dr. Savitscus works with children, families, couples, and adults with a variety of concerns.   Her clinical style is best described as integrative, borrowing from a number of theoretical perspectives.  She is licensed as a psychologist in the state of Ohio.

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