Open in a separate window Advances in anxiety research over the previous decade are likely to be reflected in modifications of diagnostic criteria in the upcoming DSM-5, 9 planned for publication in May However, this effort has been hampered by the extensive presence of comorbidities in patients with anxiety, as revealed by the National Comorbidity Survey NCS. This is particularly true for symptom overlap between different anxiety disorders, depression, and alcohol and drug abuse.
Baker's clinical and research interests involve mediators and moderators of the etiology and cognitive behavioral treatments for anxiety. She has been trained in a variety of evidence-based assessment methods and cognitive behavioral therapies for anxiety, mood, OC spectrum and traumatic stress disorders, including panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety disorder, posttraumatic stress disorder, Research articles on anxiety disorders, body dysmorphic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and tic disorders.
Baker was previously awarded a Livingston Fellowship for Young Investigators from Harvard Medical School to conduct research on anxiety sensitivity and suicidality in OC spectrum and anxiety disorders.
He went on to complete his fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania Health System. Cohen's clinical interests includes evidence-based interventions and psychotherapy integration for various disorders, including anxiety and related disorders.
He has extensive experience in cognitive behavioral, mindfulness-based, dialectical behavioral, and psychodynamic psychotherapies. Cohen's research is focused on understanding the predictors and mechanisms of treatments in an effort to improve their outcomes. He is the recipient of clinical awards from various institutions including the American Psychological Association, the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, the Beck Institute and the American Psychoanalytic Association.
Goetter's clinical and research interests surround the utilization of and access to empirically supported treatments for anxiety and traumatic stress disorders.
Goetter has been trained in a variety of cognitive behavioral therapies for anxiety and traumatic stress disorders, including Cognitive Processing Therapy and Prolonged Exposure Therapy for PTSD.
In addition, she completed fellowship training in consultation psychiatry at Mass General and has a masters in epidemiology from the Harvard School of Public Health. She has served as a principal investigator or co-investigator on numerous studies aimed at improving our understanding and treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder, panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety disorder, and the syndrome of complicated grief.
Hoeppner received her PhD in oceanography and coastal sciences and her Master in Applied Statistics from Louisiana State University and conducted three years of postdoctoral research in climate change ecology at the University of Massachusetts Boston and Purdue University.
With more than 12 years of experience in research and clinical investigation, she has extensive training and expertise in experimental design, statistical analysis and simulation modeling.
Hoeppner's clinical interests are in modeling dynamic health behavior change and positive psychology. She has served as the principal statistician on pivotal trials approved by the FDA and has designed and analyzed Phase I-III studies in addiction, psychiatry, and psychology.
She also has ample experience setting up, updating, and overseeing the use of electronic data capture forms as implemented via REDCap, having designed and managed such databases for several single- and multi-site clinical trials at Mass General, and routinely trains and advises research assistants, data managers, and clinical staff on principles of good clinical practice.
She is also interested in transdiagnostic psychological processes e. She is a doctoral candidate in clinical psychology at Harvard University, where she conducts research examining the association between interpersonal factors and the development and maintenance of emotional disorders.
Nicole is currently working on her dissertation, which is a study examining the efficacy of brief cognitive-behavioral interventions to reduce loneliness among young adults.
Her clinical interests include empirical-supported treatments for anxiety and traumatic stress disorders. In her role as program manager within these two research labs, Kaylie is responsible for directing the daily operations, including personnel supervision, grant management, strategic planning initiatives, and financial oversight.
She is also deeply involved in ongoing research projects and oversees many of the research activities. She is an experienced program manager having managed multiple concurrent local and international research projects. Her research interests include global research capacity building, health and human rights, racial and social justice and the dissemination and implementation of evidence-based practices in under-resourced settings.
Prior to working at CATSD, she worked as a research coordinator at the Center for Healthy Weight and Wellness at Washington University School of Medicine focusing on the treatment of childhood obesity, and was specifically interested in psychosocial factors, stigma, and bullying.
She is interested in the mechanisms of treatment for anxiety disorders, as well as the physiological correlates of anxiety.
At Harvard, Olivia worked as a research assistant in Dr. She is especially interested in the role of technology and social media in contributing to or treating psychological disorders.
At CATSD, Olivia works on studies related to transcranial light therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy for panic disorder and a treatment evaluation for generalized anxiety.
At CATSD, she works as a clinical research coordinator on studies seeking to improve our understanding and treatment of anxiety and bereavement.
Ward graduated with institutional honors and departmental honors from Vassar College with a BA in psychological science. While at Vassar, she completed a senior honors thesis on the psychophysiological effects of a mindfulness intervention on the acute stress response, and the qualitative effects of a mindfulness intervention on quality of life and perceived stress.
Prior to working at Mass General, she served as an undergraduate research assistant in the Memory Neuroscience Laboratory and the Emotions and Psychophysiology Laboratory.
Currently, Meredith works on studies related to emotion perception, mindfulness and psychophysiological and gastrointestinal biomarkers of symptom severity. Meredith is interested in the role of cognition and beliefs in emotional experience, and the dissemination and implementation of evidence-based cognitive therapies for at-risk populations.
She hopes to pursue a PhD after her time at CATSD to research and implement evidence-based, accessible interventions for trauma-related stress and anxiety.NLM ID: Research Gate Impact Factor: Index Copernicus Value Addiction Journal is an official peer reviewed journal for the rapid publication of innovative research covering all aspects of addiction and its related disorders.
Addiction Journal with highest journal impact factor offers Open Access option to meet the needs of authors and maximize article visibility. The SCARED is a child and parent self-report instrument used to screen for childhood anxiety disorders including general anxiety disorder, separation anxiety disorder, panic disorder, and social phobia.
In addition, it assesses symptoms related to school phobias. The SCARED consists of 41 items and 5 factors that parallel the DSM-IV classification of anxiety disorders. Anxiety Disorders in the Primary Care Setting important neurotransmitter found in the gut and brain and is thought to interact with other neuronal systems to cause anxiety.
Research has focused on the current options and future developments, pp 38– In: Culpepper L, chair. Effective Recognition and Treatment of Generalized Anxiety. The Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA) is an international nonprofit membership organization (with more than 1, professional mental health members) and a leader in education, training, and research for anxiety, depression and related disorders.
Anxiety Disorders and Anxiety Attacks Recognizing the Signs and Symptoms and Getting Help.
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NYU Langone Health’s Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry was founded in to improve the treatment of child psychiatric disorders through scientific practice, research, and education, and to eliminate the stigma of being or having a child with a psychiatric disorder.