Clinical psychologist Dr. Eli Lebowitz addresses how to recognize bullying and how it relates to anxiety and depression.
Eli Lebowitz, PhD
Professor Eli Lebowitz studies and treats childhood and adolescent anxiety at the Yale School of Medicine, Child Study Center, where he is director of the Program for Anxiety Disorders. His research focuses on the development, neurobiology, and treatment of anxiety and related disorders, with special emphasis on family dynamics and the role of parents in these disorders. Dr. Lebowitz is the lead investigator on multiple funded research projects, and is the author of research papers and of books and chapters on childhood and adolescent anxiety. Dr. Lebowitz’ work has been recognized by private and public organizations including a NARSAD Young Investigator Award from the Brain and Behavior Foundation, a Career Development Award from NIMH, and he was named a Yale Center for Clinical Investigation Scholar with support from The National Center for Advancing Translational Science. He is also the father of three great boys.
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