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  • The Howling: Americans Let It Out From Depths of Pandemic

    Apr 22, 2020
    The nightly howl is a primal affirmation that provides a moment’s bright spot each evening by declaring, collectively: We shall prevail, said Scott Cypers, director of Stress and Anxiety programs at the Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Depression Center at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. The New York Times via Associated Press, April 10, 2020
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  • Jay Shore

    COVID-19: A guide to making telepsychiatry work

    Apr 22, 2020
    “The genie is out of the bottle on this,” said Jay Shore, director of telemedicine at the Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Depression Center and director of telemedicine programming for the department of psychiatry at the University of Colorado. He thinks this is the beginning of a new era that will last beyond the pandemic. “There’s going to be a much wider and diffuse acceptance of telemedicine as we go forward,” he added. The Hospitalist, April 9, 2020
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  • Matt Mishkind

    AHA News: Cut Off From Counseling During the Coronavirus Pandemic?

    Apr 22, 2020
    Matt Mishkind, deputy director of the Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Depression Center at the University of Colorado School of Medicine in Denver, is concerned about families learning to juggle work and school at home. “We’re going to start to see a lot more parenting issues come out, and probably more need for family services as well,” he predicted. CBS4, April 14, 2020
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    Mind the Brain: Mental Health in the Time of COVID-19

    Apr 21, 2020 by Department of Psychiatry
    From Dr. Epperson comes a new series of articles about mental healthcare in the time of COVID-19
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  • JDC

    An online parenting support group to help parents in our community as they cope with the pandemic, home schooling, and other causes of anxiety.

    Apr 13, 2020 by Department of Psychiatry
    From the Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Depression Center, Scott Cypers, PhD, assistant professor of psychiatry, and Amy Lopez, PhD, LCSW, instructor of family medicine, have launched an online parenting support group to help parents in our community as they cope with the pandemic, home schooling, and other causes of anxiety. The initial support group meeting had 162 Zoom participants and the video posting of that meeting has had more than 1,700 views. More information about future events are posted on the Johnson Depression Center website.
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  • Joel Stoddard

    Lungs, Heart, Brain: The Health Risks Of Vaping That Doctors Know – And The Ones They Don’t

    Feb 18, 2020 by Department of Psychiatry
    Child psychiatrist Joel Stoddard said that, at least in research on young animals, “there are permanent changes in neural pathways for attention and memory.” “And it makes you more prone to goosing that reward system,” said Stoddard [assistant professor of psychiatry at CU School of Medicine]. CPR News, Feb. 12, 2020
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