Premera Blue Cross invests $6.6 million in UW fellowship to help address state's mental-health workforce crisis.
People everywhere are feeling the emotional burden of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, especially because results of the violent clashes are so visible through modern media and social media coverage.
A team of psychologists, including two from UW Medicine, arrived in Poland today (March 26) to help establish a system to care for refugees who have fled Ukraine amid the invasion of Russian armed forces.
Study findings highlight the need for better mental health and social services to help ex-prisoners transition back into community, researchers say.
A study suggests that economic support reduces alcohol misuse and depressive symptoms among low-income mothers.
Nearly half of the respondents said they considered leaving their healthcare careers behind.
A team employs machine learning to assess the effectiveness of cognitive behavioral therapy sessions and to maintain counselors' competence.
Second round of funding focuses on technology-driven solutions to relieve burdens of cognitive aging, trauma and addiction.
Global mental health expert Dr. Pamela Collins served as advisor to docu-series co-created by Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry.
Gifts aim to bolster workforce, resources across Washington through UW-led programs including Harborview's Behavioral Health Institute.