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Carrington Mahr, PsyD

  • Title: Embedded Clinical Therapist, College of Law
  • Phone: 614-292-5766
  • Email:

Therapeutic Style:

I incorporate a behavioral blend of CBT and DBT to help my clients better understand their current level of functioning. I work along the broad spectrum of mental health care addressing concerns that are prominent within the college population, including: anxiety, depression, adjustment, substance use, relational stress, identity formation, interpersonal relationships, eating concerns, and performance issues. I am committed to expanding my multicultural lens and taking the time to learn about the unique intersecting identities that each of my clients maintain. I aim to help my clients increase and improve their interpersonal awareness, understanding, and insight while simultaneously implementing tailored therapeutic techniques to decrease symptoms, increase overall functioning, and improve their experiences.

Supervision Style:

My supervision style is both collaborative and strength-based in nature. I attempt to help my supervisees identify and build on their areas of strength, and invite them to explore growth edges to address within their clinical work. I strive to create an egalitarian relationship in which my supervisee feels as though they can be transparent and authentic regarding the various clinical challenges they encounter. I try to provide a supervision space that feels safe to expand not only their clinical development, but also a space that feels comfortable to explore their professional development by identifying ways to enhance their emerging identity as a psychologist.

Professional Interests:

Body Image Concerns/ Eating Disorders

Graduate Student Concerns

Performance Anxiety

Student Athlete Concerns

Anxiety and Stress Management

Adjustment Issues

Identity Development

Personality Disorders

Groups and Liaison Roles:

I am the embedded therapist within the Moritz College of Law.

Educational Background:

I received my Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from San Diego State University in 2013. I obtained my Master’s in Sport and Performance Psychology from National University- San Diego in 2016. I received my Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University- San Diego in 2021. I completed my pre-doctoral internship at the University of Hawai’i- Manoa and completed my post-doctoral fellowship at Pepperdine University.

Personal Interests:

I was born and raised in California. I competed in Track & Field during my 4 years of college. I love snowboarding, surfing, wakeboarding, camping, traveling, and basically anything outside! I love spending time with my 3 fur babies, Kaia, Kalani, and Koa, and making new memories in Ohio. I am very happy and excited to now be at THE Ohio State University! Go Bucks!

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This clinician is currently under clinical supervision.  The supervisor of record is Barb Urbanczyk and their license number is P.7135.