A research brief for the qualitative study: A Sector Wheel Approach to Understanding the Needs and Barriers to Services among Homeless-Experienced Veteran Families is available at https://www.va.gov/HOMELESS/nchav/docs/RB-Ijadi-2022-A_Sector_Wheel_Approach_to_Understanding.pdf
In a recent article, Dr. George Slavich from DPBH and Dr. Edmund Neuhaus define and discuss behavioral psychedelics, or the study of psychedelics to foster intentional changes in habits and behaviors to improve health and resilience. They outline a behavioral psychedelics model for integrating psychedelics into psychotherapy, and how to assess effectiveness. Read the full article from the UCLA Laboratory for Stress Assessment and Research.
A recent study published by DPBH faculty member Dr. George Slavich along with researchers at Stanford University found that Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) are associated with a greater prevalence of diabetes and associated disease conditions, and that ACEs predict worse healthcare access. Read the full study from the UCLA Laboratory for Stress Assessment and Research.