Adam Jaroszewski, A.M. is a Clinical Fellow in Psychology at Massachusetts General Hospital. He received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Vermont and, currently, is a Ph.D. Candidate in clinical psychology at Harvard University. During graduate school, Adam received clinical training at MGH’s Home Base program, Boston University’s Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders (CARD), and McLean Hospital’s OCD Institute and Gunderson Residence for women with BPD, respectively. Adam’s research focuses on examining the cognitive-affective-behavioral factors that increase risk for the development and maintenance of self-injurious thoughts and behavior (SITB), such as suicide. Recently, he has been particularly focused on decision-making and suicidal behavior, for which he received an Predoctoral Fellowship (F31) from the National Institute of Mental Health.