Child/Adolescent Anxiety and Mood Program

The Child/Adolescent Anxiety and Mood Program (CAMP) at UConn Health conducts research focusing on child and adolescent anxiety and mood disorders, with an emphasis on treatment and dissemination. Anxiety in particular is the most common mental health problem diagnosed in children and adolescents, and many of the CAMP studies focus on the early identification, prevention, and treatment of anxiety in school- and community-based settings. CAMP works with children and adolescents across a range of ages in Connecticut, with multi-site collaborations in Maryland and Florida. Information about our many opportunities for training and volunteering is below.


Research Studies

In Progress


Meet Our Team

Golda S. Ginsburg, Ph.D.
Principal Investigator, CAMP

Jeffrey E. Pella, Ph.D.
Co-Principal Investigator, TAPES Study

Contact Us

Phone: 860-523-3788


65 Kane Street
West Hartford, CT 06119

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