P: 662 325 7490
Acceptance and commitment therapy, self-help, hoarding
Ph.D. Utah State University
Dr. Jennifer Krafft will be accepting applications for graduate students to begin Fall 2023. Please contact Dr. Krafft with any questions or if you would like to express your interest.
Dr. Krafft directs the Mindfulness and Acceptance Processes (MAP) Lab, which focuses on the evaluation and application of acceptance and mindfulness-based treatments, using self-help and tech-based approaches, with a particular focus on addressing hoarding, OCD, anxiety, and mental health stigma. Current lab projects include effectiveness research on an acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) self-help website for hoarding, survey research on hoarding stigma, and a systematic review of ACT for older adults. The overarching goal of Dr. Krafft’s research program is to conduct rigorous and innovative research that results in treatments that are impactful, acceptable, and accessible. In the lab, we prioritize doing meaningful, challenging, values-driven work in an environment that is collaborative, respectful, and supportive.