Lindner Center of Hope Research Institute Lindner Center of HOPE, in affiliation with the University of Cincinnati (UC) College of Medicine, conducts advanced research in genetics, psychopharmacology, psychotherapy, and health service delivery. This research provides new methods to better prevent, diagnose and treat common mental illnesses like schizophrenia, major depression, bipolar disorder, eating and weight disorders, anxiety disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and cognitive and memory problems in adolescents, adults and senior individuals.

Research studies and the advances they lead to are closely integrated into the evidence-based treatment programs provided at Lindner Center of HOPE. Historically, there has been a 17-year lag time before research findings are integrated with the diagnosis and treatment of patients. However, at Lindner Center of HOPE, research informs patient care each and every day.


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Free Continuing Education Event

Lindner Center of HOPE in Cincinnati, Ohio, to help launch its new Adolescent Comprehensive Diagnostic Assessment and Intensive Treatment Program, invites you to join us for networking, dinner and a continuing education lecture:

Psychiatric Issues and Updates Across the Lifespan

Various dates in June and July

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Clinical Applications of Positive Psychology


Lindner Center of Hope Complications with OCD Asset


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Newsweek magazine features Sibcy House at Lindner Center of HOPE as a destination of choice for short term residential services. A weekly publication distributed nationally and internationally, Newsweek reaches millions of readers each week. Read about Sibcy House and the state-of-the-science care clinicians deliver. Click here.