COVID-19 Resources
Richard D'Alli

How to Talk to your Kids about COVID-19

Dr. Richard D’Alli, Associate Professor in Psychiatry and Pediatrics, has tips for parents on talking to their child about COVID-19.

Lisa Merlo Greene

Finding opportunities for wellness during COVID-19 pandemic

Lisa Merlo Greene, Ph.D., director of wellness programs at the University of Florida College of Medicine, offers some tools and techniques to maintain wellness during a time of great uncertainty […]

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2020-2021 New Residents

We are very pleased to announce the Psychiatry Residency Program’s successful outcome in this year’s Match. The resulting incoming class is an impressive group of interns for the upcoming academic […]

Ashley Ordway

Engaging the elderly while social distancing

As we are encouraged to engage in social distancing during the coronavirus crisis, how do we stay engaged with our elderly friends and family members? In this short video, University of […]

Joseph McNamara, Ph.D.

Managing anxiety during coronavirus crisis

Experts at COARD discuss how to identify unhealthy anxiety and provide tips on how to manage it.

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6 Healthy Ways to Manage Your Coronavirus Anxiety, According to Psychologists

Drs. McNamara and Bartle-Harrera offer Good Housekeeping readers some advice on managing coronavirus anxiety.

CAN Ribbon Cutting

UF Health CAN cuts ribbon on new facility

University of Florida Health today cut the ribbon on its new Center for Autism and Neurodevelopment, a multidisciplinary, collaborative facility that will provide specialized care and resources to children and […]

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UF Health CAN Ribbon Cutting

Join us on February 20th at 2:30pm for the Ribbon Cutting at the new UF Health Center for Autism and Neurodevelopment  

Richard Holbert, MD

TIC Update at UF Shands Psychiatric Hospital

The transition to a Trauma-Informed hospital has begun at UF Shands Psychiatric Hospital (UFSPH).  Over the last few weeks, the nurses’ station windows have been cut approximately ½ from the […]