Future Directions in the Treatment of Anxiety Disorders: An Examination of Theory, Basic Science, Public Policy, Psychotherapy Research, Clinical Training, and Practice

Newman, M.G. et al. (1999). Future directions in the treatment of anxiety disorders.. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 55(11), 1325-1345. doi:10.1002/(SICI)1097-4679(199911)55:11<1325::AID-JCLP2>3.0.CO;2-W

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Michelle G. Newman

Pennsylvania State University - Department of Psychology

Thomas Borkovec

Pennsylvania State University

Debra Hope

University of Nebraska, Lincoln

Michael Kozak

National Institute of Mental Health

Richard McNally

Harvard University

C. Barr Taylor

Stanford University - School of Medicine

Date Written: 1999

Abstract

This article represents a transcribed roundtable discussion on anxiety disorders that took place at the 1998 Society for Psychotherapy Research in Snowbird, Utah. Eminent experts in the field of anxiety disorders took part in a discussion that focused on issues related to theory, basic science, public policy, therapy research, clinical training, and practice. Important topics addressed by the panel included the role of theory in research and clinical practice, the importance of psychopharmacological interventions, efficacy versus effectiveness research, the impact of public policy on research advancement, and the interface between basic science, research, and clinical practice.

Keywords: Anxiety Disorders, therapy, Human Physician's Practice Patterns, Psychotherapy/*trends, Public Policy Research/trends Support

Suggested Citation

Newman, Michelle G. and Borkovec, Thomas and Hope, Debra and Kozak, Michael and McNally, Richard and Taylor, C., Future Directions in the Treatment of Anxiety Disorders: An Examination of Theory, Basic Science, Public Policy, Psychotherapy Research, Clinical Training, and Practice (1999). Newman, M.G. et al. (1999). Future directions in the treatment of anxiety disorders.. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 55(11), 1325-1345. doi:10.1002/(SICI)1097-4679(199911)55:11<1325::AID-JCLP2>3.0.CO;2-W. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2555916

Michelle G. Newman (Contact Author)

Pennsylvania State University - Department of Psychology ( email )

University Park, PA
United States

Thomas Borkovec

Pennsylvania State University ( email )

University Park
State College, PA 16802
United States

Debra Hope

University of Nebraska, Lincoln ( email )

Lincoln, NE 68588
United States

Michael Kozak

National Institute of Mental Health ( email )

6001 Executive Boulevard, Rm. 7117, MSC 9629
Bethesda, MD 20892-9629
United States

Richard McNally

Harvard University ( email )

1875 Cambridge Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
United States

C. Taylor

Stanford University - School of Medicine ( email )

291 Campus Drive
Li Ka Shing Building
Stanford, CA 94305-5101
United States

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