psychiatry

The pandemic was the straw that broke the camel's back, says Dr. April Thames, a clinical neuropsychologist

By Chayil Champion • September 1, 2022

Anger and depression can lead to behaviors that result in catastrophic events

By Chayil Champion • June 10, 2022

The actor and author shared his challenges and recovery process during a Friends of Semel event

By Sandy Cohen • June 8, 2022

New UCLA Health depression studies rely on smartphones, apps and other smart technology

By Sandy Cohen • May 31, 2022

‘They are definitely being utilized as a way to help patients relax and help with anxiety and agitation,’ says Shoni Taylor, a UCLA Health nurse specialist

By uclahealth • May 17, 2022

Assessment measurement tools help doctors track psychiatric progress in patients

By Chayil Champion • May 16, 2022

‘This is where I belong, and this is where I feel like I can help the most people,’ says Patrick Loney

By uclahealth • May 12, 2022

‘This is a way to get teenagers to be involved and start telling their stories,’ says festival founder Mia Silverman

By Sandy Cohen • April 20, 2022

A 2008 paper by UCLA Health researchers outlined differences between prolonged grief and other forms of depression – and now the condition is considered a unique disorder

By uclahealth • April 19, 2022

UCLA Health therapist Christie Nelson was compelled to aid war refugees

By Sandy Cohen • April 7, 2022