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By giving young people with schizophrenia more control over their care, a Columbia-led program aims to help them lead fuller lives.
Columbia is leading the movement to add neurocognitive screening to annual well woman OB/GYN checkups.
Columbia Psychiatry launched the Intensive Adolescent & Family DBT Program in December 2022 to helps teenagers struggling with mental health issues get back into their lives.
Therapists, when at their best, do more than understand and respond; the process requires an act of creativity, of imagination.
- April 5, 2022
New survey reveals that pediatric emergency departments need more guidance to help children and adolescents with mental health crises.
- March 23, 2022
Despite strong evidence that medication is the most effective treatment for opioid use disorder, only one in four people in need receive it, a Columbia study reports.
- March 21, 2022
Sleep problems can contribute to the onset and worsening of problems such as depression, anxiety, and even suicidal ideation.
- March 18, 2022
Named for a Columbia physician, the new law provides federal grants for mental health programs to support health care workers and prevent suicide.
- March 4, 2022
Children were spared the worst of COVID-19 early on, but they are now suffering psychological consequences from the pandemic’s social upheaval. Here’s what parents and educators can do.
- March 4, 2022
Columbia health care workers tell us about the pandemic’s toll on their lives and what CUIMC is doing to alleviate the burden. Emotional support, self-care, and instilling hope are key.
- February 14, 2022
A Columbia psychiatrist’s groundbreaking book returns to the best-seller list, 11 years after publication, as attachment theory gains popularity on social media.
- January 27, 2022
A Columbia psychiatrist’s new book—"The Urge: Our History of Addiction"—interweaves sociocultural narratives with the author's own story of recovery.
- January 26, 2022
It’s that time of year again, when we start to realize the idealistic images we had of ourselves happily sweating in the gym aren’t manifesting themselves quite as easily as we thought they would.
- December 15, 2021
Despite the emotional challenges, the holidays offer a chance to put work aside, catch our breath, and rejoice with loved ones, says Columbia psychologist Dr. Zachary Blumkin.