Dr. Hindman is a licensed psychologist at the Beck Institute. He received his PhD in clinical psychology from The Catholic University of America, where his research focused on stress, anxiety, and mindfulness. He developed two mindfulness-focused stress reduction programs for his dissertation research. Dr. Hindman completed his clinical internship at the Coatesville VA medical center and post-doctoral fellowship at the Beck Institute. He has co-authored book chapters on anxiety and mindfulness as well as cognitive therapy, written the Beck Institute online course on CBT for Anxiety Disorders, and has published several journal articles. Currently, Dr. Hindman provides cognitive behavior therapy for clients with diverse presenting problems. In his role as a Beck Institute faculty member, he teaches CBT to a wide variety of mental health professionals and paraprofessionals. He has also presented to national and international audiences on the topic of CBT for anxiety disorders. Dr. Hindman also conducts individual and group consultation and supervision for therapists looking to learn or improve their skills in cognitive behavior therapy. In addition, Dr. Hindman collaborates on research that aims to determine effective ways for organizations and therapists to adopt and be trained in CBT.