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.
Researchers said that attention deficit hyperactive disorder waxes and wanes over a lifetime.
A social shift took place during the pandemic. People seem to want to be less busy.
Fifteen months after the first wave of COVID-19 pandemic shutdowns quieted our offices, cleared our streets and shuttered our social lives, the reopening movement is hitting full speed.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration declares cognitive behavioral therapy the standard of care for psychosis.