Cali C. Werner, LCSW
Cali C. Werner, LCSW, focuses her clinical interests on OCD, athletes’ repetitive and ritualistic performance inhibiting behaviors, anxiety and performance, and mental health stigma. In addition to being a behavior therapist for the McLean OCDI Houston, she also does networking and outreach for the program and is an OCD advocate for the Peace of Mind Foundation.
Werner received her bachelor’s degree from Rice University where she also competed as a Division I collegiate distance runner receiving a national honorable mention in track. She received her master’s degree in social work with a specialization in OCD from Baylor University. Her current research on OCD and athletes coincides with her love for running. She is dedicated to raising awareness and speaking on behalf of those with mental illness by educating and providing resources and hope.
Education & Training
- 2017 BA in Sports Management, Rice University
- 2019 MSW, Baylor University
- 2021-Current Baylor University Graduate School of Social Work PhD Research Fellowship
- 2019 Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Texas State Board of Social Work Examiners