Behavioral Research for Anxiety InterVention Efficiency Lab

The Behavioral Research for Anxiety InterVention Efficiency (BRAVE) Lab aims to improve the efficiency of treatments for children and adolescents with anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and related problems.

Behavioral Research for Anxiety InterVention Efficiency Lab

Research and Values

We conduct research that studies anxiety mechanisms using evidence-based assessment and intervention methods combined with novel experimental approaches. We are committed to employing methodology applicable to real-world community and clinical settings. Our goal is to help kids and teens feel brave so that they can do the things they want and need to do.

Participate in a Study

If you are a kid, teen, parent or provider, learn more about how you can participate in our research.

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Learn About Who We Are

We're a team of faculty, graduate students and research assistants who are working to help kids feel empowered to do what they want to do.

Meet Our Team 

Learn About Our Findings

To learn more about our theoretical approach to youth anxiety research, read about our publications.

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Join the Lab

Prospective Doctoral Student Opportunities

Michelle Rozenman, PhD, LP, will be reviewing applications in fall 2021 for incoming doctoral students for the 2022 academic year.

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Undergraduate Student Opportunities

The BRAVE Lab currently has openings for undergraduate student volunteers and will also consider working with students interested in a research apprenticeship (PSYC 2112). Please contact Michelle Rozenman, PhD, LP, for more information.