Elizabeth Moore, Ph.D.
Elizabeth Moore, Ph.D.
Staff Psychologist,
Coordinator of Educational Programs,
Anxiety Disorders Center
Phone: (860) 545-7685
Fax: (860) 545-7156
Email: ElizabethL.Moore@hhchealth.org
Dr. Elizabeth Moore is a staff psychologist at the Anxiety Disorders Center at The Institute of Living. She received her Ph.D. and M.A. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Dr. Moore completed her predoctoral internship at the West Virginia University School of Medicine and a postdoctoral clinical-research fellowship at the Mayo Clinic Anxiety Disorders Clinic in Rochester, MN.

Her clinical and research interests include cognitive-behavioral treatment for anxiety disorders and the role of cognitive processes in the development, maintenance, and treatment of anxiety disorders.

Dr. Moore has particular expertise treating social anxiety disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and panic disorder. She has published numerous research articles on the treatment and nature of anxiety disorders and has spoken on these topics at national and local conferences.

Representative Publications:

Abramowitz, J.S.,  Moore, E.L., & Braddock, A.E. (in press). Minimal therapist-contact bibliotherapy for social anxiety disorder. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry.

Abramowitz, J.S., Braddock, A.E., & Moore, E.L. (2008). Psychological treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder. In M. M. Antony & M. Stein (Eds.), Handbook of anxiety and anxiety disorders. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Moore, E.L., & Abramowitz, J.S. (2007). The cognitive mediation the of thought-control strategies. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 45, 1949-1955.

Abramowitz, J.S., & Moore, E.L. (2007). An experimental analysis of hypochondriasis. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 45(3), 413-424.

Moore, E.L., Terryberry-Spohr, L., & Hope, D.A. (2006). Mild traumatic brain-injury and anxiety sequelae: A review of the literature. Brain Injury, 20, 117-132.

Moore, E. L. (2003). Pop tarts are not a food group and right-clicking is not exercise: A practical guide to surviving the transition to graduate school. The Behavior Therapist, 26(2), 238-239.