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Dr Jonathan Greenberg

Dr Jonathan Greenberg

Department of Psychiatry, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, USA 

Jonathan Greenberg, PhD is a research staff psychologist at the Integrated Brain Health Clinical and Research Program at the Department of Psychiatry in Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School. His work focuses on development of mind-body interventions for various clinical populations, as well as on the cognitive, affective and neural effects of mindfulness training.

Dr. Greenberg is interested in mind-body approaches to treatment of chronic pain, mild traumatic brain injury, as well as in the mechanisms underlying the efficacy of mindfulness practice in treating and preventing depression and anxiety, enhancing cognitive functioning, improving emotion regulation and promoting well-being.

He was awarded the AlterMed Research Foundation grant, as well as two fellowships from Harvard Medical School, the Kaplen Fellowship on Depression, and the Livingston Fellowship Award. He was most recently awarded a K23 Mentored Career Development Award from the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health to develop a live-video mind-body intervention to prevent persistent symptoms of mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) among individuals with mTBI and comorbid anxiety. Dr. Greenberg’s background is in clinical psychology and treating primarily individuals with chronic pain, anxiety, and depression.

Updated 4 March 2024