Todd Farchione, Ph.D.
- Stress and Anxiety
Dr. Todd Farchione received his doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of California, Los Angeles. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Boston University. His research conducted at the Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders (CARD) in Boston, Massachusetts focuses on understanding emotion regulation processes, identifying mechanisms of change in treatment, and on developing new preventative measures and improved treatments for emotional disorders.
Dr. Farchione oversees several research and clinical treatment programs provided at CARD and currently directs an NIMH funded study aimed at developing and evaluating the efficacy of a "unified" psychological treatment for anxiety and commonly co-occurring conditions, such as depression. Dr. Farchione teaches, lectures, and conducts training workshops on the nature and treatment of emotional disorders and has been recognized for his dedication to improving training of clinicians and dissemination of empirically supported treatment strategies.