Dr. Lorenzo Lorenzo-Luaces is broadly interested in the treatment and phenomenology of depression and other internalizing disorders like generalized anxiety, including their classification and differentiation from negative moods that are not impairing or distressing. His research has focused on the outcomes and processes of change in depression treatments, especially cognitive-behavioral therapies (CBTs). He is especially interested in CBT delivery formats that are more scalable than face-to-face therapy including bibliotherapy, internet-based CBT, and single-session interventions. An overarching theme informing his work is that the level of heterogeneity in the clinical presentation (e.g., symptoms) and in the prognosis of internalizing disorders needs to be considered when studying treatment outcomes and processes.
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