Lance Friis, LMFT, brought his skills as a Kaiser Permanente therapist and a major in the California State Military Reserve…
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Brain stimulation therapy offers another option for Kaiser Permanente patients with depression.
Feedback-informed care is helping Kaiser Permanente Northern California therapists maximize the results of treatment, with a control group of adult…
Finding Collaborative Solutions When Kaiser Permanente therapists and leaders brainstormed about ways to break barriers to mental health care and…
A state quality group recognizes Kaiser Permanente Northern California with its highest rating for overall quality of medical care.
Kaiser Permanente breaks new ground in telehealth with its Connect 2 Care Telepsychiatry Program.
Oakland’s Youth Radio was supported by Kaiser Permanente in creating an app called Mood Ring. It helps young people chart and share their emotions.
When the North Bay Fires hit a year ago, many Kaiser Permanente employees and physicians lost homes, security, or simply a way of life. Since then, bi-monthly seminars created by employees are offering a respite to anyone for free.
Kaiser Permanente furthers its commitment to mental health and wellness with financial support, deepening community partnerships, and a call for reducing stigma and developing resilience.
With the winter months nearing, be aware of symptoms of SAD, or Seasonal Affective Disorder. They may include depression, trouble sleeping, and increased appetite. If you may have SAD, see a professional to explore light therapy, cognitive therapy, or medication. Exercise, eating well, getting plenty of sleep, and seeing others can also help.
More than 100 Kaiser Permanente mental health residents and interns from around Northern California work at schools and community agencies as part of their training programs.
Suzanne McNamara is a Kaiser Permanente employee with a passion for helping people during the most difficult times of their lives.