New Research From Clinical Psychological Science
A sample of research on heart rate variability, psychological distress across adulthood, personality dysfunction, mental-health trajectories of parents of young children during COVID-19, and much more.
Kids’ Mental Health Is a ‘National Emergency.’ Therapists Are in Short Supply.
At the beginning of the year, I started hearing from readers across the country that there were long waiting lists for child and adolescent mental health providers. Many of their kids were really struggling, often
Predictive Modeling Could Help Put Patients With Depression on the Right Path
Precision medicine, informed by predictive modeling, offers a promising avenue for helping patients and practitioners decide on the right combination of medication and therapy.
Thriving After Therapy: More Common Than Reported, More in Need of Research
We often hear of the adverse chronic effects and burden of psychopathology. But many patients go on to attain a purposeful and autonomous life.
Trauma and Ukraine: The World Health Organization Leveraged Psychological Science to Help Prepare Us for This Moment
Addressing a crisis like this means looking directly at the problem-solving needs that arise in times of war, danger, or difficulty and empowering ourselves to meet these needs.
Dr. Aaron T. Beck, Developer of Cognitive Therapy, Dies at 100
Dr. Aaron T. Beck, whose brand of pragmatic, thought-monitoring psychotherapy became the centerpiece of a scientific transformation in the treatment of depression, anxiety and many related mental disorders, died on Monday at his home in