Brigham and Women's Hospital experts are leading the way in improving the understanding, diagnosis, and treatment of psychiatric conditions. Below is a list of recent news items, blog posts, and publications with information on the latest research and approaches in the field.
Trauma-Informed Care and Re-Traumatization in Health Care: An Interview with Samara Grossman, MSW, LICSW, Brigham Clinical and Research News
In health care settings across the nation, patients bring their experiences of trauma—either past or present—into their health care encounters.
Entitled to Hope, Odysseys in Mental Health, Brigham Health Magazine
In this extended feature, patients, providers, and researchers share stories of disparities and perseverance in navigating the mental health care system—and what they have discovered along the way.
If you could correct common misperceptions of mental illness, what would you say? Brigham Health Magazine
Clinicians and scientists from Brigham and Women's Hospital discuss how misunderstandings impede access to—and acceptance of—mental health care.
Supporting Resilience in Times of Crisis, Brigham Health Magazine
Nomi Levy-Carrick, MD, MPhil, shares strategies to get through the COVID-19 crisis with resilience.
Searching for Causes and New Treatments, Brigham Health Magazine
Researchers at the Brigham are exploring cognition as a marker to improve treatment for mental illnesses.