Dr. Michael Wheaton and Dr. Catherine Eubanks-Carter, both assistant professors of psychology at Yeshiva University’s Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, recently received recognition for their work in their fields.

Wheaton.resized-1Wheaton was selected for the Anxiety and Depression Association of America 2015 Career Development Leadership Program. This program aims to support the development of early career investigators and researchers and includes attendance at the Anxiety and Depression Conference in Miami, Florida. Wheaton was also first author on a recent article published in the journal Psychiatric Annals titled “Cognitive-Behavior Therapy Outcomes for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: Exposure and Response Prevention.” The article describes the components of CBT treatment for OCD and reviews the research literature demonstrating the effectiveness of this treatment.

EubanksCarter_Catherine-1Eubanks-Carter received the Outstanding Early Career Achievement Award from the Society for Psychotherapy Research in June 2015. The award recognizes the recipient’s productivity and promise in making scientific contributions to psychotherapy research. She has also been named the 2015 Chair of the Research Committee of the Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration (SEPI) as well as the Program Co-Chair of the 2015 SEPI international conference.

 

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