Western Michigan University - Brooke Smith; (ACT/RFT/MF/Behavioral/FC; PhD; USA)

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Brooke Smith, Ph.D. is an assistant professor in the clinical psychology program in the Department of Psychology at Western Michigan University. Dr. Smith's research interests include therapeutic processes of change and their translation from basic behavioral principles to applications in mindfulness, exposure, and acceptance-based psychotherapies, particularly Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). She is also interested in novel methodological approaches to measuring processes of change, including physiological and neural (e.g., EEG) measurement techniques. Clinically, Dr. Smith specializes in ACT and mindfulness-based approaches to the treatment of anxiety and obsessive-compulsive and related disorders in adults.

The clinical psychology program at WMU is dedicated to preparing competent intervention oriented clinical psychologists. The program has a behavioral orientation and operates according to the scientist-practitioner model.

For more information, visit Dr. Smith's bio and the Clinical Program website.

 

(This webpage was updated on September 23, 2019)