Wellness Tips From Our Experts

May 1, 2023/imcdaniels

In our monthly Beck Institute Cares newsletter, we share valuable tips on maintaining your wellbeing from one of our expert […]

Can New Technology Help Improve Mental Health?

April 21, 2023/sfleming

Across the globe, most individuals with mental health conditions do not receive treatment, let alone evidence-based care. Barriers to effective […]

An Introduction to CBT for Bipolar Disorder

March 15, 2023/sfleming

What is Bipolar Disorder? Bipolar disorder (BD) is a mood disorder characterized by recurring periods of depressed mood alternating with […]

Beck Institute’s Panel Discussion on Youth Mental Health

November 15, 2022/sfleming

On October 29, 2022, Beck Institute welcomed registrants from 109 countries to an important panel discussion on the youth mental […]

How Cognitive Behavior Therapy Helps Veterans

November 10, 2022/sfleming

At Beck Institute, we believe that our military veterans should receive excellent mental health care both during and after deployment. […]

Youth Mental Health in 2022: A Discussion About Accountability and Access

September 22, 2022/sfleming

Meet the Moderator: Robert Friedberg, PhD, ABPP On October 29, Beck Institute will host a virtual panel discussion for the […]

Helping Kids Solve Problems

August 16, 2022/sfleming

By Judith S. Beck, PhD Resilience has become a buzzword in parenting recently, with dozens of books, websites, blogs, and […]

How Does CBT Work? 

May 5, 2022/sfleming

Since its development in the 1960s and 1970s, Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) has been demonstrated to be effective in treating […]

“I Don’t Feel Like it”: A Guaranteed Roadblock to Keeping Your Resolutions

January 3, 2022/Other

By Judith S. Beck, PhDPresident, Beck Institute First, let’s acknowledge that keeping New Year’s resolutions is difficult. If it were easy, […]

Using CBT to Respond to COVID-19

June 15, 2021/mhayes

The absence of consistent and reliable information about the coronavirus seems to be increasing people’s anxiety. They often think, “I […]