Fred Melowsky

Dr. Melowsky treats children, adolescents, and adults in individual therapy and also sees couples and families who are struggling with relationship issues. In addition, Dr. Melowsky provides psychological testing to assess learning issues and collaborates with schools to develop intervention strategies for children dealing with academic and behavioral problems. Dr. Melowsky has been in private practice since 1988 at The Hollister Center. He is Board Certified in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology (ABPP) and also serves as an examiner for candidates applying for Board Certification.

Prior to becoming a clinical psychologist, Fred Melowsky taught elementary school in New York City for three years before attending graduate school at Texas Tech University where he received his Master’s degree and Doctoral (Ph.D.) degree in Clinical Psychology. He completed his residency in Clinical Psychology at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio before moving to Cincinnati.

In Cincinnati, he directed the IMPACT Child Abuse Program at Children’s Psychiatric Center and was an Adjunct Professor of Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Cincinnati Medical School. He later served as the Interim Director of Psychology at Children’s Psychiatric Center where he supervised staff psychologists and doctoral students. He then served as Clinical Director at the Olympus Center, where he supervised staff performing psychoeducational evaluations of children with learning disabilities.