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Joseph A. Himle

Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Howard V. Brabson Collegiate Professor of Social Work, School of Social Work, and Professor of Psychiatry, Medical School

Joseph A. Himle

Professor Joseph Himle's research interests focus on mental health intervention research with adults and youth. Himle's current intervention projects include treatment development projects focused on bringing cognitive behavioral therapy to underserved populations. He is also involved in epidemiological research focused on anxiety disorders in the African American population. Dr. Himle is the Principal Investigator of a recently funded National Institute of Mental Health multi-site RO-1 grant; “A multi-site systems intervention for unemployed persons with social anxiety.” He has been the Principal or Co-Investigator on a total of 14 research grants funded by the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Himle holds a joint appointment with the University of Michigan Department of Psychiatry. Other areas of research/scholarly interest: the relationship between psychosocial interventions and neurobiological factors, mental disorders, social work practice in mental health.

Research Interests/Focus

Mental health, anxiety, depression, psycosocial interventions, cognitive-behavioral therapy, interface between neurobiology and psychosocial interventions in mental health.

Contact Information

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(734) 615-0611himlej@umich.edu2848 SSWBUniversity of Michigan
School of Social Work
1080 S. University
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
(734) 615-0611University of Michigan
Department of Psychiatry
4250 Plymouth Road
Ann Arbor, MI 48104

Education

Year Degree   School
1995 PhD Social Work and Personality Psychology University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
1984 MSW Social Work University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
1983 BA Psychology University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Websites

Treatment, Innovation & Dissemination Research Group

U-M SSW PhD Psychology - Personality Graduate - 1995

Dissertation Topic

The effects of alcohol on social phobic anxiety.

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