At the Anxiety Disorders Center, we are proud to be able to deliver the most effective treatments available.
We know they are effective because of research studies that have tested how well the treatments have helped people with anxiety problems.
Research is also important so that we can better understand how anxiety problems develop and are maintained. Research such as this, tells us about the nature of anxiety problems so that we can continue to improve our treatments in the future. In order to keep increasing what is known about the nature and treatment of anxiety, we need your help.
We welcome you to share your personal experience by participating in one of the many research projects at the Anxiety Disorders Center. By participating, you will be helping future clients receive the best possible treatment.
The Anxiety Disorders Center at Hartford Hospital/Institute of Living is conducting a study investigating changes in brain functioning after treatment in people with Hoarding Disorder.
Investigators at The Anxiety Disorders Center at the Institute of Living/Hartford Hospital are recruiting participants without psychiatric problems for a neuroimaging (brain scan) study.
Participants will be required to complete 2 MRIs within 16 weeks to evaluate how the brain responds to different tasks.
The Development and Factor Analysis of the Screener for Academic Distress (SAD Study).
Learn about the Institute of Living's previous studies and the results that were obtained as a result of the studies.