At CAPP, we conduct cutting-edge research that helps children learn to overcome their fears and anxiety while also advancing science. Our research focuses on children's and adolescent's mental processes and behavior. More specifically, we address the emotional and behavioral characteristics of children who are experiencing anxiety and phobic behavior. Our research and treatments take into consideration: personality, perception, cognition, emotion, motivation, attention, behavior and interpersonal relationships.

Our work is shared with other experts in the field via scientific articles that are published in top-notch, peer reviewed journals, comprehensive book chapters, and presentations at scientific conferences. Our research is funded by grants from the National Institute of Mental Health.