The Anxiety Research and Treatment Lab is currently recruiting participants for a study looking at how social anxiety affects social interactions in individuals with high social anxiety compared to individuals with no history of significant mental health difficulties. CLICK HERE to learn more about the study and how to participate!
Are you afraid of small spaces? Participate in the paid Claustrophobia Study to learn strategies for reducing claustrophobic fear. Specifically, we are examining the best way to administer cognitive therapy and exposure therapy for Claustrophobia. Cognitive therapy involves evaluating the accuracy of your feared outcomes. Exposure therapy involves gradually confronting your fears in a controlled manner. CLICK HERE to learn more about the study or to participate.
The Anxiety Research and Treatment Lab is currently recruiting participants for a paid research study investigating the role of social anxiety in intimate relationship satisfaction and functioning. If you are at least 18, in a relationship, and experience social anxiety OR no significant history of mental health issues, you may be eligible to participate! CLICK HERE for more information. You may also contact us by filling in the form below.