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The Department of Psychiatry is committed to providing the highest quality in care to patients of all ages in a compassionate, safe and patient-focused manner.
Located within the Mass General Emergency Department, the Acute Psychiatry Service addresses acute psychiatric, neuropsychiatric and substance-use emergencies in children and adults.
The Center for Addiction Medicine delivers clinical evaluation, consultation, and study-related clinical care in a multidisciplinary setting.
ARMS provides rapid access to information and support combined with outreach and care management for youth ages 14 - 26 and their families suffering from substance-related problems.
The HOPE Clinic is a collaboration with the OB/GYN Department, the Department of Medicine at Mass General and MassGeneral Hospital for Children. The clinic provides comprehensive care for pregnant women with substance use disorder, their partners and their infants from conception through early childhood.
The West End Clinic is an outpatient facility for those with alcohol and drug addictions, co-occurring mental health disorders and other types of addictive behaviors. We offer a wide range of outpatient therapies and medication treatment along with other resources.
The Laboratory of Adult Development studies adults and the ways their emotional well-being, physical health and interpersonal functioning are affected by earlier life experiences.
The mission of the Center for Anxiety and Traumatic Stress Disorders is to conduct state-of-the-art research aimed at improving the standard of care for people suffering from anxiety disorders.
The Adult Intensive Cognitive Behavioral Treatment program at offers specialized, intensive, short-term treatment for a range of anxiety and obsessive-compulsive spectrum disorders.
The Alan and Lorraine Bressler Clinical and Research Program for Autism Spectrum Disorders is dedicated to improving the clinical care of children and adults with autism spectrum disorders, to advance the education of patients, families and service providers about these conditions and to expand the scientific understanding of these disorders.
The Behavioral Medicine Program includes clinical, research and training activities that focus on the intersection of psychology and health.
The Bipolar Clinic and Research Program is dedicated to balancing quality care with clinically informative research and education.
The Brain and Body Program provides world-class, evidence-based medical care to former NFL players and provides a personalized and comprehensive evaluation and treatment plan.
The CPRP aims to improve the mental health and medical outcomes of patients with heart disease.
The Clay Center for Young Healthy Minds aims to be an educational resource for parents and other caregivers on the mental health needs of children and young adults who struggle with behavioral, emotional and learning challenges.
The Psychiatry CTNI provides the research infrastructure needed to help sponsors determine the effectiveness, tolerability and utility of new therapies.
The mission of the Cognitive Behavior Therapy Program is to inform and educate healthcare professionals, students and the general public about CBT, further CBT research and provide advanced clinical care to patients in the context of CBT.
Mass General collaborates with community and hospital partners to build and sustain healthier communities and to enhance the hospital's responsiveness to patients and community members from diverse backgrounds.
The Division of Public and Community Psychiatry harnesses hospital and community resources to promote excellence in clinical care, teaching, research, system improvements and innovation for underserved and vulnerable populations with serious mental illness.
Our mission is to promote awareness and understanding of the values of cultural diversity to enhance relationships, tolerance and ability in our community.
Center for Cross-Cultural Student Emotional Wellness is a consortium of clinicians, educators and researchers who are passionate about understanding and promoting cross-cultural and international student emotional wellness
The DCRP is considered one of the leading centers for the study of unipolar depressive disorders worldwide.
The Intravenous (IV) Ketamine Clinic for Depression offers patients and their professional providers access to ketamine treatment for severe and refractory depression.
The Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Clinical Service provides non-invasive treatment for patients with treatment-resistant depression.
Our mission is to promote awareness and understanding of the values of cultural diversity to enhance relationships, tolerance and ability in our community
Our mission is to provide and model excellent clinical care for patients and families affected by an eating disorder. The Mass General Eating Disorders Clinical and Research Program is also committed to the generation and dissemination of knowledge for understanding, preventing and treating eating disorders through clinical consultation, professional training and research.
ECT is a safe and very effective treatment for certain psychiatric disorders. ECT is most commonly used to treat patients with depression, which can be a painful and disabling illness. In addition, ECT may also be used to treat patients with psychotic or manic symptoms.
Epidemiology provides a public health perspective on mental health and mental illness in that it is concerned with psychiatric disorders in the general population.
The Fatherhood Project works to improve the health and well-being of children by empowering fathers to be active, informed and emotionally engaged with their children and families.
The PNGU is focused on psychiatric and neurodevelopmental disorders including Gilles de la Tourette syndrome (GTS), Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), autism and related disorders, specific reading disability (dyslexia) and bipolar affective disorder.
The Chemical Genomics Laboratory is unraveling the molecular mechanisms underlying neuroplasticity to develop novel, targeted therapeutics for the treatment of neuropsychiatric and neurological diseases.
The Geriatric Neurobehavioral Clinic offers a multidisciplinary, individualized approach to the diagnosis of persons with memory disorders.
The mission of the Chester M. Pierce, MD Division of Global Psychiatry is to make clinical, educational and research contributions to world mental health and to help reduce the global burden of disease by learning from our neighbors and by contributing what we know to better relieve the suffering from mental illnesses around the world.
The Mass General Inpatient Psychiatric Service cares for adults 18 years and older who require short-term, secure medical psychiatric treatment in an acute inpatient setting.
The Juvenile Court Consultation Program provides court-ordered clinical assessment and consultation services to the juvenile courts of Suffolk and Norfolk Counties.
The Center for Law, Brain and Behavior brings together experts in the fields of neurology, psychiatry, neuroimaging and the law in order to make a scientifically well-grounded translation of medical concepts when they reach the legal realm.
The Law & Psychiatry Service is a forensic mental health consulting, training and research practice within the Department of Psychiatry and Harvard Medical School.
The Learning and Emotional Assessment Program assesses young people ages 2 to 22 who have developmental difficulties and consults with their parents, teachers and care providers.
The Benson-Henry Institute is engaged in the study, advancement and clinical practice of mind/body medicine.
The Integrated Brain Health Clinical and Research Program promotes health and well-being through the integration of mind, brain, body and behavior.
MUNDOS provides culturally and linguistically appropriate neuropsychological evaluations and interventions to Latino adults with a variety of disorders that impact brain and cognitive functioning.
The Neurochemistry Research Laboratory is successfully studying novel chemotherapeutic agents for clinical trials in Alzheimer patients.
The Psychiatric Neuroimaging Division focuses on a broad scope of research topics uniting many collaborators across neuroscience disciplines, and utilizing a full complement of neuroimaging technologies.
The Psychiatric Neuroscience Division is comprised of several programs, encompassing research, training and clinical services.
The Psychiatric Neurotherapeutics Program encompasses the clinical, research and training activities related to device-based treatments for psychiatric disorders.
The Psychology Assessment Center provides neuropsychological and psychological assessment for individuals across the life span, from infancy through geriatrics.
The OCD and Related Disorders Program strives to deliver evidence-based treatment to patients in need while simultaneously conducting research to advance our knowledge of the causes, consequences and treatments of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD), Body Dysmorphic Disorder by Proxy (BDD by Proxy), Tourette Syndrome (TS) and Chronic Tic Disorder (CTD), Hoarding, Hair Pulling and Skin Picking and Olfactory Reference Syndrome (ORS).
The Mass General-Harvard Center for Addiction Medicine delivers clinical evaluation, consultation and study-related clinical care in a multi-disciplinary setting.
We offer clinical care, teaching and research focusing on specific clinical disorders and treatment techniques.
Outpatient Child/Adolescent Psychiatry Services provides comprehensive evaluation and treatment to Mass General patients with the full spectrum of psychiatric conditions and behavioral or emotional difficulties.
Group psychotherapy is a form of therapy in which a small number of people meet regularly under the leadership of a trained therapist to help themselves and one another. In group therapy people learn about themselves and improve their interpersonal relationships.
Overview of the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
ARMS provides rapid access to information and support combined with outreach and care management for youth aged 15 to 25 and their families suffering from substance-related problems.
This program is dedicated to improving the clinical care of children and adults with autism spectrum disorders, to advancing the education of patients, families and service providers about these conditions, and to expanding the scientific understanding of these disorders.
The ChAMP Clinic provides outpatient psychiatric consultation to children with co-morbid medical and/or psychiatric symptoms.
The Child CBT Program provides advanced clinical care to patients, conducts CBT research and works to inform and educate healthcare professionals, students and the general public about CBT.
The Child Psychiatry Emergency Consult Service addresses acute psychiatric crises for children and adolescents in the Mass General Emergency Department.
Child CL provides inpatient consult-liaison services to children admitted to the MassGeneral Hospital for Children, including evaluations and care management
Juvenile Court Consultation Program provides court-ordered clinical assessment and consultation services to the juvenile courts of Suffolk and Norfolk Counties.
LEAP assesses young people ages 2 to 22 who have developmental difficulties and consults with their parents, teachers and care providers.
Outpatient Child/Adolescent Psychiatry Services provides comprehensive evaluation and treatment to patients with the full spectrum of psychiatric conditions and behavioral or emotional difficulties.
The Marjorie E. Korff PACT Program offers guidance to parents with cancer who receive treatment at the Mass General Cancer Center and are concerned about the impact their cancer diagnosis and treatment may have on their children.
Our goal is to advance the well-being of children and families afflicted with mental illness through clinical care, education and research.
A brief screening questionnaire that is used by pediatricians and other health professionals to improve the recognition and treatment of psychosocial problems in children
This sport psychology program works to promote healthy psychological functioning, character and optimal athletic performance for athletes of all ages.
This site was created for and by parents, educators and clinicians working together to support children and teens with mental health conditions.
Think:Kids is a program that trains adults in a revolutionary new way of helping kids with social, emotional and behavioral challenges.
The Transitional Age Youth Clinic provides diagnostic and consultative evaluations for patients 18-26.
The Adult Intensive Cognitive Behavioral treatment program offers specialized, intensive, short-term treatment for a range of anxiety and obsessive-compulsive spectrum disorders.
Home Base provides clinical care to veterans and support for their families. The program also offers educational courses and materials for health care providers and the public.
The laboratory's mission is to perform state-of-the-art psychobiological research into the assessment, pathophysiology, prevention and treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder.
The Division of Psychiatry & Medicine integrates specialized psychiatry and medical services while maintaining their diverse characters and strengths.
The Psychological Evaluation and Research Laboratory is a clinical assessment, research and training service directed by Mark A. Blais, PsyD, Associate Chief of Psychology at Mass General.
The Mass General Schizophrenia Program offers comprehensive diagnostic evaluations, consultations, treatment and opportunities to participate in research located at the Mass General main campus and at the nearby Lindemann Mental Health Center.
Group psychotherapy is a form of therapy in which a small number of people generally meet weekly under the leadership of a trained therapist to help themselves and one another. In group therapy people learn about themselves and improve their interpersonal relationships.
In our quality management program, our ultimate goal is to have universal adherence to the quality and safety practices and guidelines and to reduce adverse events over time to the lowest achievable level and, where possible, to zero.
The Harvard Program in Refugee Trauma has spent 25 years caring for the health and mental needs of survivors of mass violence and torture through a combined practice of clinical experience and medical research.
This program helps young people increase their resilience and develop better coping skills for managing stress.
The Schizophrenia Program offers comprehensive diagnostic evaluations, consultations, treatment and opportunities to participate in research located at the Mass General main campus and at the nearby Lindemann Mental Health Center.
The Center for Addiction Medicine delivers clinical evaluation, consultation and study-related clinical care in a multi-disciplinary setting.
The Mass General Center for Women's Mental Health is a perinatal and reproductive psychiatry information center.
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