In this toolkit, our experts share mental health-related information in a variety of key areas.
University of Michigan Addiction Center
Leaders in Prevention, Treatment, and Research
Child OCD & Anxiety Disorders Program
Child OCD & Anxiety Disorders Program (COAP)
Expert clinical care meets cutting-edge, youth-centric research & training
Anxiety disorders are the most common psychiatric problem in children and adolescents, affecting up to one third of youth, and leading to impairment across academic, social, and family domains. The good news is that effective treatments are currently available.
The University of Michigan Department of Psychiatry offers inpatient and outpatient clinical services. Healthcare professionals from a broad range of clinical backgrounds dedicate their unique skills and expertise to treating patients during critical periods of need for psychiatric care....
If you or your loved one is seeing a U-M psychiatrist, psychologist or social worker for any mental health concern, your outpatient appointments, group sessions and support groups will be held at the Eisenberg Family Depression Center and Ambulatory Psychiatry in the Rachel Upjohn Building....
Drug use drops after ER visits used as “teachable moments”, U-M study finds
Biggest effect came from brief talk with a counselor, but “virtual therapist” on tablet also shows promise in reducing use of illegal drugs and misuse of prescription drugs
For Addiction Treatment Call: 734-764-0231 or 800-525-5188
(1) to conduct clinically-relevant research on the onset, diagnosis, treatment, and clinical course of substance use disorders;
(2) to generate and disseminate new knowledge to educate and train the next generation of clinicians and research scientists; and
Psychiatric Emergency Service
Director: Victor Hong, M.D. | Clinical Director: John Kettley, LMSW
Assistant Director: Katrina Bozada, M.D. | Nursing Supervisor: Matthew Schroeder, RN, BSN
Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES) provides emergency/urgent walk-in evaluation and crisis phone services available 24 hours a...
Your Support Makes a Difference
Thank you for your interest in partnering with us to carry out the work of the U-M Department of Psychiatry! Your generosity will support the wide range of clinical, research, and educational opportunities available...
The challenges we face in finding better ways to care for patients with mental illness can seem daunting, yet our dedicated faculty remain committed to transforming how these conditions are assessed and treated. Invaluable support through donor contributions, volunteer efforts and engagement...
Use of multiple brain-affecting drugs is rising among seniors, despite risks, U-M research finds
Tranquilizers, antidepressants, opioids and anti-psychotic medications carry special risks for older people, alone or in combination
The University of Michigan Department of Psychiatry Neuropsychology Program has a rich tradition in the measurement of cognitive and behavioral characteristics of diverse patient groups and a close working relationship with other investigators in a number of departments, including...
U-M Department of Psychiatry Awarded Funding to Collaborate with Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital in Ghana
Program will improve treatment for children and elders with mental illnesses in rural Ghana
Program for Mental Health Innovation, Services and Outcomes (MHISO)
The Program for Mental Health Innovation, Services and Outcomes (MHISO) at the University of Michigan Department of Psychiatry is composed of a collaborative team of faculty members conducting high-impact health services research. MHISO’s mission is to optimize the care and outcomes of...
Program for Positive Aging
With age, most of us will face some combination of medical problems, cognitive changes, anxiety, depression or the stress of being a caregiver. The good news is that much of what comes with aging can be managed — and it is this management that can improve quality of life markedly in later life....
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Letter from the Chair
A letter from our chair, Gregory Dalack, M.D.
Advances in the clinical and basic science underpinning Psychiatry are accumulating quickly; we are ascending the steep part of the knowledge acquisition curve in Psychiatry and Neuroscience. Large scale clinical trials are telling us more about how we are currently...
Meet the Directors
Heather Schultz, M.D. Clinical Assistant Professor
I’m Heather Schultz, the Adult Psychiatry Residency Program Director.
I grew up in Ann Arbor, and did my residency training at Michigan and have stayed on as faculty...
The University of Michigan Psychiatry Residency program is a solid training program that prepares residents for independent practice in a variety of treatment settings: inpatient, outpatient, emergency, veterans’ care, pediatric, substance use, and forensics, to name a few!...
3 months of inpatient psychiatry at the VA Interns are exposed to patients with such diagnoses as chronic schizophrenia, mood disorders, and PTSD. There is ample opportunity to gain experience treating the increasingly important and rapidly expanding geriatric population, as well as...
Child & Adolescent Fellowship
The Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship at Michigan Medicine has long been recognized as one of the nation’s foremost programs for training leaders in the field. Its rigorous yet flexible course of training produces clinicians with outstanding skills in diagnostic assessment, empirically-...
Auto pioneer’s family helps U-M turn tragedy into discovery with promise to match donations up to $5M
Bipolar disorder research program newly named for Heinz C. Prechter seeks to build on a decade’s worth of scientific advances