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Susan Albers, PsyD

Susan Albers, PsyD
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Department Psychiatry and Psychology
Primary Location Wooster Family Health Center
Type of Doctor Adults Only
Languages English
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Wooster Family Health Center
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Wooster Family Health Center



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About Susan Albers, PsyD

Susan Albers, PsyD, is a Psychologist at the Women's Health Center at the Wooster branch of Cleveland Clinic. 

She graduated from the College of Wooster and obtained her doctorate at the University of Denver. Dr. Albers Bowling did her internship at the University of Notre Dame and her postdoctoral work at Stanford University. 

At the Women's Health Center, she provides individual counseling for women with depression, eating issues, relationship problems, sexual concerns and weight loss. She has written three books on mindful eating and runs a support group for people who have problematic eating habits.

Education & Professional Highlights

Education & Professional Highlights


Education & Fellowships

Fellowship - Stanford University
Palo Alto, CA

Internship - University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN

Medical Education - University of Denver
Denver, CO

Graduate School - University of Denver
Denver, CO

Undergraduate - College of Wooster
Wooster, OH

Medical Education - Reference Source

Professional Highlights

  • Author of Eating Mindfully: How to End Mindless Eating and Develop a Balanced Relationship with Food (New Harbinger, 2003)
  • Author of Mindful Eating 101: A Guide to Healthy Eating in College and Beyond (Routledge, 2006)
  • Author of Eat, Drink & Be Mindful (New Harbinger, 2008)


  • Academy of Eating Disorders
  • American Psychological Association
Industry Relationships

Industry Relationships

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As of 7/27/2023, Dr. Albers has reported no financial relationship with industry that is applicable to this listing. In general, patients should feel free to contact their doctor about any of the relationships and how the relationships are overseen by Cleveland Clinic. To learn more about Cleveland Clinic's policies on collaborations with industry and innovation management, go to our Integrity in Innovation page.

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