Cognitive behavioral therapies capitalize on the relationships among thoughts, emotions, bodily sensations, and behaviors to help patients manage distress and promote well-being. Research at Duke has focused on both fundamental studies of cognition and emotion, as well as the development and refinement of cognitive behavioral interventions for mood, anxiety, trauma-related, eating, substance use and personality disorders.
- Development and refinement of cognitive behavioral interventions for traumatic stress, mood dysfunction and problems related to emotion regulation
- Mobile and technology-based interventions for stress, trauma, substance use and anxiety disorders
- Development of mindfulness and acceptance-based interventions
- Neuroimaging and psychophysiology studies of how CBTs impact brain and nervous system function
- Dan Blalock, PhD
- Patrick Calhoun, PhD
- Eric Dedert, PhD
- Ashley Moskovich, PhD
- Andrada Neacsiu, PhD
- M. Zachary Rosenthal, PhD
- Moria Smoski, PhD
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