Teletherapy options mean that emotional help is never far away! The dedicated therapists at the Schiele Clinic are there as they always have been.
Call the number below to speak with one of our intake clinicians. We want to help!
If you are interested in meeting in person for therapy, please tell the intake clinicians. The Schiele Clinic is operating under the CDC guidelines to provide a safe space for therapy.
To Schedule an Appointment or an Evaluation, Call:
314-361-7075, ext. 444
*Para servicios en español llama: (314) 361-7075, ext. 616
Appointments are required, no walk-in appointments available.
The Schiele Clinic
7700 Clayton Rd Ste 200, St. Louis, MO 63117
The Schiele Clinic is located at the corner of Clayton Rd and Hanley. Metrolink bus map click HERE
Thank you to the foundations that support the Schiele Clinic. Because of their support we can make mental health treatment accessible and affordable.
Blues for Kids
The mission of the Schiele Clinic is to provide a community resource for accessible, affordable, and available psychotherapy with fees based on the client’s ability to pay.
The Schiele Clinic of the St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute provides high quality, in-depth assessment and treatment, available at a fee based on the client’s ability to pay. The Clinic offers assessment services in order to evaluate the nature of the problem and to explore appropriate treatment methods and resources. The Clinic is staffed by advanced clinical trainees in psychiatry, clinical psychology, counseling psychology and social work who serve as therapists.
Individuals call our clinic for a variety of reasons; they may be struggling with relationship or family issues, concerns about eating or drinking patterns, feelings of anxiety, the psychological effects of a physical illness, personal and interpersonal difficulties, depression or stress. They may be victims of abuse or trauma, children of alcoholics, in a life transition, or experiencing grief or loss.
The Schiele Clinic Referral Network
The Clinic has a network of over 75 therapists offering treatment throughout the region. Network therapists are Institute Faculty, Analytic Training Program Candidates or graduates of the Advanced Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Program currently in private practice and dedicated to their own continuing education, who have expressed a desire to support the mental health needs of the St. Louis community by serving as a part of our clinic network. Our network therapists average 25 years of work experience in the field.
John Lucas, CIT Intake and Orientation Coordinator
Mary Anne Boston, MSW Clinic Operations Manager
Stuart J. Ozar, MD, Medical Director
Chester Smith, MEd, LPC, Director of Clinical Training
Andrew Chirchirillo, PhD, Director of Psychology