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September 06, 2021

Kalee Gross, Psy.D.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Child Team Coordinator

Published in Primary Staff
June 14, 2021

Katie Elish, Ph.D.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Independent Contractor

Published in Primary Staff
December 03, 2018

Anxiety Disorder Resources


UCEBT's Anxiety & Mood Program Director, Dr. Rachel Hopkins, presented this lecture on Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) for children and adolescents, but adults find this to be a very valuable presentation for themselves, too.


Tourette Association of America 
TLC Foundation for Body Focused Repetitive Behaviors
International OCD Foundation
Association for Contextual Behavioral Science 

Published in Client Resources

Clocking in your eight hours of quality shut-eye each night is paramount to overall health. Research has already established that sleep patterns are responsible for things like information retention, memory consolidation, and reparation of bodily tissue. We know that consistent sleep increases our ability to function during wakefulness, and newer studies are even showing that disruption of our natural circadian rhythyms decreases brain health. More specifically, this may leave us vulnerable to risk-factors for developing anxiety, alzheimers and other pathology. 

A handful of studies presented at Neuroscience 2018 have strengthened understanding of the role that sleep can play in these disorders. 

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For more information on sleep health, please visit the websites linked below:

The National Sleep Foundation
The American Academy of Sleep Medicine


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