Beth Hindhaugh

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Beth is a research assistant at the University of Oxford. She holds a BA in Natural Sciences from the University of Cambridge, and an MSc in Psychology from Birkbeck, University of London. She has worked as a domiciliary caregiver, a befriender to older adults and an honorary research assistant in the health psychology department at KCL. She also currently volunteers with a London-based charity providing face-to-face listening support to suicidal service users. Her research interests include social determinants of mental health, children and young people’s mental health, anxiety disorders, OCD, bipolar disorder, PTSD and suicidality.


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Sitting in the waiting room: what happens when anxiety disorders are left untreated?


In her debut blog, Beth Hindhaugh summarises a systematic review and meta-analysis of 173 studies examining the untreated course of anxiety disorders, which finds that for some people, anxiety disorders can improve without treatment.

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