Lauren P. Wadsworth is a PhD Candidate in the Hayes-Skelton lab at the University of Massachusetts Boston. Lauren's research primarily focuses on investigating transdiagnostic features of anxiety disorders, with an additional interest in decentering in social anxiety and anxiety in LGBTQ populations. Lauren's clinical interests include providing evidenced based treatments (primarily CBT, DBT, ABBET) to individuals with anxiety and depressive disorders in partial hospital and intensive outpatient settings. Lauren's clinical and research work are both largely informed by a commitment to increasing her cultural competence as a clinician and researcher.
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