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Graduate student Silvia Hernandez explains how cognitive behavioral therapies can improve hope

Finding hope when things feel gloomy

The New York TimesSilvia Hernandez, a graduate student in the Department of Psychological Sciences at the College of Arts and Sciences, commented on research showing the benefits of brief hope interventions in the face of emotional depletion, saying that cognitive behavioral therapies can significantly improve hope in people struggling with depression, health and bereavement.