In Childhood Anxiety, CBT Helps By Normalizing Hyperactive Brain Circuits, Study Finds
A new study of brain network and circuit responses in young people with anxiety disorders who were treated with a course of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) suggests how the therapy helps to… Read More
Combined Psychosocial Treatment Helped Schizophrenia Patients with Motivational Negative Symptoms
In recent years, research has begun to suggest something that was once thought to be unlikely: that negative symptoms in schizophrenia may be responsive, to some significant degree, to treatment. A… Read More
When Mothers Got CBT for Postpartum Depression, Emotion Regulation in Their Infants Improved
Thanks to pioneering research spanning three generations led by BBRF Scientific Council member, three-time grantee and prizewinner Myrna Weissman, Ph.D., it is now widely accepted that children of… Read More
1-Day Online CBT-Based Workshop Helped New Moms With Postpartum Depression
It is estimated that 20% of women who have just given birth suffer from postpartum depression (PPD), and as many as one in three has depressive symptoms that affect them despite falling short of the… Read More
Researchers Identify a Neural Signature Centrally Important in Restructuring Negative Self-Beliefs
In a range of psychiatric conditions, notably including depression, eating disorders, and social anxiety disorder, many who suffer have persistent negative beliefs about themselves—for example, that… Read More