psychology

Getting the proper diagnosis can be challenging, but there is hope, says UCLA Health neurologist Dr. Elyse Singer

By uclahealth • December 23, 2020

Zoom Thanksgiving? Socially distanced Christmas? UCLA experts on dealing with holidays that look very different

By Sandy Cohen • November 19, 2020

Nonpartisanship and COVID-19 has many people feeling stressed out

By Sandy Cohen • October 6, 2020

Psychologists know a human’s need for interaction is fundamental, so it’s no surprise that feeling lonely also has significant health consequences.

By uclahealth • June 2, 2020

Helpful ideas for children activities during extended time inside

By uclahealth • June 2, 2020

Ideas for effective telemedicine interactions with your physician

By uclahealth • May 21, 2020

Finding ways to keep a smile on your face

By uclahealth • May 8, 2020

Whether it is the death of a public figure like Kobe Bryant or of a beloved family member or friend, loss can stir myriad, and often difficult, emotions: disbelief, sadness, anger, loneliness, fear, guilt, sorrow, pain, regret and despair. For those experiencing these feelings, it is important to give yourself [...]

By uclahealth • February 20, 2020
Dear Doctor: Does outlook really matter when it comes to lifespan, as a recent study suggested? I'm not a wet blanket, but I don't have a relentlessly sunny disposition either. Dear Reader: Let's say it's a gray, cloudy Monday morning. You're [...]
By Ask the Doctors • March 3, 2018
Some high school seniors and their parents are feeling a little tense right now. The regular admission deadline for college applications was around the first of the year; that means many students applying to highly ranked colleges receive word of acceptance – or rejection [...]
By Leigh Hopper • February 28, 2018