Adam Jaroszewski, Ph.D. is a Post-Doctoral Fellow in psychology with the Center for OCD and Related Disorders (CORD). He completed his doctorate in clinical psychology at Harvard University. During graduate school, Adam gained 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. Adam’s research focuses on examining the cognitive and affective factors that increase risk for the development and maintenance of self-injurious thoughts and behavior (SITB). He is particularly interested in using approaches from decision and affective science to understand why people decide to engage in SITB.