Researchers are keeping a close eye on a disorder that can develop out of heavy cannabis use, as adolescents gain access to highly potent forms of the drug.
A trial will test three evidence-based counseling therapies to see if one, or more than one in combination, results in better outcomes.
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.
Nearly half of the respondents said they considered leaving their healthcare careers behind.
Serotonin levels, exercise and light all play a part in Seasonal Affective Disorder, which is very treatable, a psychiatrist says.
A team employs machine learning to assess the effectiveness of cognitive behavioral therapy sessions and to maintain counselors' competence.
A collaborative program combining the talents of a wide array of health experts aims to eliminate youth incarceration by 2025 in King County, followed by the entire state of Washington by 2030.
The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences is forming a center with philanthropic support.
A five-year study conducted in three states found that telepsychiatry in rural health centers can make a tremendous impact on the lives of patients who may have otherwise not received care.
Study findings represented the experiences of 1,004 patients from rural clinics in Arkansas, Michigan and Washington.