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.
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.