​Carrie Wiles, MS

Clinical Coordinator, Forensic Psychiatry Services, Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic of UPMC 412-246-5394 wilescl@upmc.edu
 
Ms. Wiles’ training and clinical experience is in the areas of counseling and neuropsychology.  Ms. Wiles has expertise in the administration of psychological and neuropsychological assessments and she has worked with individuals of all ages for research, clinical, and forensic purposes.
 
Ms. Wiles attended the College of Wooster in Wooster, Ohio receiving a BA in English.  She received her master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Chatham University in 2007.  She completed a 15-month master’s-level internship at Services for Teens at Risk (STAR) a program of Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic of UPMC.  At STAR, she assessed adolescents for psychiatric disorders and suicide risk and counseled a caseload of adolescent clients on an ongoing basis. 
 
Ms. Wiles’ research experience has concerned pediatric traumatic brain injury, pediatric lead and pesticide exposure, and the familial transmission of depression and suicidality. 
 
Ms. Wiles currently serves as the clinical coordinator for Forensic Psychiatry Services at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic of UPMC.  In this role, she supervises staff and interns, conducts psychological interviews, and administers clinical and forensic assessments.  She specializes in conducting psychoeducational evaluations for students of all ages seeking diagnosis of learning disabilities and subsequent educational accommodations in the classroom and/or on standardized tests.  Ms. Wiles has more than ten years of experience administering numerous intellectual, neuropsychological, and psychological tests.    

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