In predicting disease, some mathematical models are more reliable than others. Dr. Greg Simon explains why.
A new open-access peer-reviewed site will explore how best to bring innovations into practice in treating mental illness, substance use, and addictions.
Dr. Gregory Simon describes how telehealth, prompted by the COVID-19 crisis, enables a fundamental shift from passive response to active outreach.
Like the “chicken or the egg,” it’s difficult to say which comes first—depression or related physical symptoms such as: fatigue, headache, back pain, trouble sleeping, and digestive problems. Evidence shows depression can have a direct effect on your body, taking away your energy and slowing you down.
The UW psychologist’s new memoir explains how her personal experience led to development of Dialectical Behavior Therapy.
The NIMH awarded a third round of funding, enabling the MHRN to conduct larger studies in integrated health systems on topics that matter most.
Dr. Greg Simon discusses the fast uptake of a new system for predicting patients’ suicide risk, arising from work by the Mental Health Research Network.