Abraham W. Wolf, PhD
Abraham W. Wolf, PhD is Director of Psychotherapy Education at MetroHealth Medical Center and Professor of Psychology in Psychiatry at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. He is actively involved in the practice, training and research of individual and couples psychotherapy. As a clinician, educator and researcher, he emphasizes the role of the doctor-patient relationship as central to the healing process in the treatment of psychological problems.
Dr. Wolf has a wide range of research interests and has authored articles in the areas of iron deficiency anemia and developmental deficit, lead toxicity, the technology of psychotherapy and bridging the gap between research and practice in psychotherapy. He has published on the epidemiology of depression in Latin American mothers and the effects of children with sleeping in their parent’s bed. He serves on the editorial of the Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy Research and Professional Psychology and regularly speaks at professional conferences. He is a past president and a fellow of the Division of Psychotherapy of the American Psychological Association and a fellow of the Society of Clinical Psychology. He is the founding web editor of the Division of Psychotherapy and managed its web site for over 10 years. His teaching and research has been recognized by awards at national and international levels.
Dr. Wolf received his undergraduate education at Temple University and his graduate degree in Psychology from the University of Mississippi. He completed his internship in clinical psychology at MetroHealth Medical Center where he has practiced for over 30 years.