Making meaningful strides in the student mental health crisis

The Daily | April 26, 2021

Mental health has become a topic of increasing interest since the beginning of the pandemic, but Washington schools have experienced the consequences of a mental health crisis for years. Aaron Lyon, PhD, focuses his research on providing mental health support to the students who need it most.


Garvey investigators look at gut-brain connection and the effects of trauma

April 8, 2021

Kathleen Pagulayan, PhD, Abigail Schindler, PhD, and Rebecca Hendrickson, MD, PhD, are looking for a connection between the gut microbiome and the chronic symptoms experienced by some Veterans following mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI). If successful, their findings could lead to the development of a new treatment option for the thousands of servicemembers who have persistent mental health and cognitive problems years after coming home from war.



Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Grand Rounds - Low-Intensity CBT: Driving Revolution in Mental Health Care

May 7, 2021 | 12-1 PM

Paul Farrand, PhD, will talk about the low-intensity CBT (LICBT), highlight potential for further adaptations to overcome access barriers, raise potential for continued development through adoption across different settings and utilizing new technologies and consider implementation considerations.