Brian Iacoviello, PhD Email Brian Iacoviello
- ASSISTANT PROFESSOR | Psychiatry
Dr. Iacoviello's clinical focus is on the treatment of mood and anxiety disorders using cognitive-behavioral and mindfulness-enhancing techniques, including ACT and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). He works with adolescents and adults struggling with a variety of difficulties including depression, PTSD, OCD, social anxiety, generalized anxiety, relationship difficulties, overwhelming stress, chronic pain, overcoming difficulties with interpersonal relationships, anger management and impulse control. His approach to psychotherapy focuses on understanding the difficulties the patient faces as well as identifying patients' strengths to overcome them, reducing the pain and distress patients currently experience and developing skills and behaviors to avoid problems in the future. Psychotherapy with Dr. Iacoviello typically involves a combination of exploring the past influences on your thinking and behavior, understanding how these patterns help and hinder you right now, and using cognitive, behavioral and mindfulness techniques to help you make the changes that you want for your life.
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BA, Johns Hopkins University
MA, Temple University
PhD, Temple University
K23 Career Development Research Grant
National Institute of Health / National Institute of Mental Health
Winter Conference on Brain Research
Young Investigator Grant
NARSAD- Brain and Behavior Research Foundation
Career Development Award
Anxiety and Depression Association of America
Graduate Fund for Excellence Award
Student Researcher Award
Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies
Murrough JW, Iacoviello B, Neumeister A, Charney DS, Iosifescu DV. Cognitive dysfunction in depression: Neurocircuitry and new therapeutic strategies. Neurobiology of learning and memory 2011 Jun;.
Iacoviello BM, Alloy LB, Abramson LY, Choi JY. The early course of depression: a longitudinal investigation of prodromal symptoms and their relation to the symptomatic course of depressive episodes. Journal of abnormal psychology 2010 Aug; 119(3).
Iacoviello BM, McCarthy KS, Barrett MS, Rynn M, Gallop R, Barber JP. Treatment preferences affect the therapeutic alliance: implications for randomized controlled trials. Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 2007 Feb; 75(1).
Iacoviello BM, Grant DA, Alloy LB, Abramson LY. Cognitive Personality Characteristics Impact the Course of Depression: A Prospective Test of Sociotropy, Autonomy and Domain-Specific Life Events. Cognitive therapy and research 2009; 33(2).
Liu RT, Alloy LB, Abramson LY, Iacoviello BM, Whitehouse WG. Emotional maltreatment and depression: prospective prediction of depressive episodes. Depression and anxiety 2009; 26(2).
Iacoviello BM, Alloy LB, Abramson LY, Whitehouse WG, Hogan ME. The course of depression in individuals at high and low cognitive risk for depression: a prospective study. Journal of affective disorders 2006 Jul; 93(1-3).
Iacoviello BM, Alloy LB, Abramson LY, Whitehouse WG, Hogan ME. The role of cluster B and C personality disturbance in the course of depression: a prospective study. Journal of personality disorders 2007 Aug; 21(4).
Alloy LB, Abramson LY, Walshaw PD, Cogswell A, Grandin LD, Hughes ME, Iacoviello BM, Whitehouse WG, Urosevic S, Nusslock R, Hogan ME. Behavioral Approach System and Behavioral Inhibition System sensitivities and bipolar spectrum disorders: prospective prediction of bipolar mood episodes. Bipolar disorders 2008 Mar; 10(2).
Shen GH, Sylvia LG, Alloy LB, Barrett F, Kohner M, Iacoviello B, Mills A. Lifestyle regularity and cyclothymic symptomatology. Journal of clinical psychology 2008 Apr; 64(4).
Alloy LB, Abramson LY, Walshaw PD, Cogswell A, Smith JM, Neeren AM, Hughes M, Iacoviello BM, Gerstein RK, Keyser J, Urosevic S, Nusslock R. ehavioral Approach System (BAS) sensitivity and bipolar spectrum disorders: A retrospective and concurrent behavioral high-risk design.. Motivation and Emotion 2006; 30: 143-155.
Nierenberg AA, Papakostas GI, Petersen T, Kelly KE, Iacoviello BM, Worthington JJ, Tedlow J, Alpert JE, Fava M. Nortriptyline for treatment-resistant depression. The Journal of clinical psychiatry 2003 Jan; 64(1).
Petersen T, Papakostas GI, Bottonari K, Iacoviello B, Alpert JE, Fava M, Nierenberg AA. NEO-FFI factor scores as predictors of clinical response to fluoxetine in depressed outpatients. Psychiatry research 2002 Jan; 109(1).
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