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What Makes Up Your Mind:

Updates from the frontiers of neuroscience, wellbeing, and mental health with the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences


featuring our department, programs, and faculty

For all of these videos and many more, please visit the Department's YouTube Playlist

Stanford University's Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences: An Introduction (February 2020)

Stanford University's Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences: Residency Program

Free videos explain the basics of common mental health conditions

In this recorded webinar, Dr. Daryn Reicherter and Dr. Debra Kaysen offer actionable strategies for building and fostering resilience in a time of war, then answer questions from the audience. This webinar was hosted on May 19, 2022 by Academy DTEK and the Stanford Center for Health Education to help managers and leaders in Ukraine understand and support coping during times of high stress and uncertainty, for both themselves and their teams.

Did you know that around age 13, kids’ brains shift from focusing on their mothers’ voices to favor new voices? Lisa Kim talks to Daniel Abrams, PhD, about this phenomenon.

Dr. Grace Gengoux, PhD, BCBA-D, presents evidence-based practices organizations can implement to better support the well-being of behavioral health providers in a post-pandemic world and beyond. 

Dr. Victor Carrion shares insights on early life stress and resilience as part of the Discover Stanford for You series - an opportunity for stakeholders locally and around the world to learn about Stanford’s mission, groundbreaking research, and purposeful impact in the world. 

Steven Adelsheim, MD, director of the Stanford Psychiatry Center for Youth Mental Health and Wellbeing, explains the importance of the Headspace program.

The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford Medicine is a center of excellence in clinical care, translational research, and training in eating disorders across the age and diagnostic spectrum.

Stanford Mood Disorders Center - Pioneering Solutions for Mood Disorders

Neuroscience Informed Precision Mental Health

Modulation of Neural Circuits to Restore Function for Neurologic and Psychiatric Disorders

Novel Platforms for Novel Treatments in Neuroscience with Dr. Rob Malenka

Why Sleep? Dr. Rafael Pelayo

Exploring the Brain Forest: Molecular Nanoscopy for Alzheimer’s and Cancer - with Dr. Mourrain

The Demise of the Asylum and the Rise of Interventional Psychiatry - with Dr. Nolan Williams

Computational Neuropsychiatry - New Approaches to Psychiatric Diagnosis with Dr. Manish Saggar

Advances in Detection and Treatment for Autism with Drs. Karen Parker & Antonio Hardan

Accelerating Discovery to Promote Healthy Brain Outcomes Starting from Birth with Drs. Manpreet Singh & Ian Gotlib

Neuromonitoring-Guided Cognitive Augmentation with Dr. Hadi Hosseini

New Conceptual Frameworks in Mental Health with Dr. Amit Etkin

Genetics and Epigenetics of Brain Function in the Age of the Genome Technology Revolution with Dr. Alex Urban

Karen Parker - The Social Brain in Health and Disease

Dr Jacob Ballon: Looking Beyond Schizophrenia Symptoms to Treat the Whole Person

A toolkit that seeks to help clinicians provide culturally and religiously informed mental health care for Muslim patients was officially launched at the annual meeting of the American Psychiatric Association in 2019.

Minds Wide Open | Unlocking the Potential of the Human Brain

Neuroscience of Contemplative Practices with Manish Saggar - Contemplation By Design Summit 2018, Stanford University

From Loss to a Legacy of Hope: George Ting, MD, shares his journey from loss to healing in this moving short film and explains why he chose to establish the Esther Ting Memorial Professorship in addiction medicine at Stanford.

Virtual Reality Technology Treatment for Mental Illness - Dr. Kim Bullock