Mental Health Stories
Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center marks grand opening of expanded emergency department, prioritizing behavioral, geriatric health patients
Newly-constructed unit will open to patients on September 15, 2022.
New medication for treatment-resistant depression now available at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center
The Mood Disorders Consultation Clinic at DHMC is now able to offer esketamine nasal spray, also known by its brand name Spravato®, to patients with treatment-resistant depression.
A "Worry Session” Can Help You Sleep Better, D-H Psychologist Says
Taking time to write down your worries can be incredibly effective, says Stephen T. Cole, PhD.
CHaD Webinar with Child Anxiety Expert to Offer Parents Tools in Helping Kids with their Mental Health
Anxiety in kids reaching new heights during COVID-19 pandemic
Federal Grant to Fund Program for New Hampshire Behavioral Health Workforce Training, Improving Access in Rural Communities
Three-year grant totals $1.365 million
Helping a Loved One in Mental Health Crisis Can Be Difficult. Dartmouth-Hitchcock Webinar will Offer Tips on How to Give Support
This virtual event will feature John Broderick, Senior Director of External Affairs at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health and former Chief Justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court, and Bernie Seifert, LICSW, Director of Adult Programs at NAMI New Hampshire.
Hope for Depression Treatment: Non-invasive TMS Proving Effective
A breakthrough non-medication treatment for depression, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS), has proven effective in half of patients—providing symptomatic relief even when other treatments fail.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Psychiatry Chair and Team Receive Prestigious Colombian National Academy of Medicine Award
William C. Torrey, MD, along with a team of investigators, assessed the impact of building a primary care infrastructure to support research capacity, as well as sustainability of the new service delivery model in Colombia.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health Panelists Offer Advice on How Parents and Students Can Combat Feelings of Anxiety This School Year
In “Returning to the Classroom: Excitement and Anxiety,” D-H’s John Broderick is joined by a NH high school principal a student and a parent of young children
Dementia or Depression? Many Older Adults Live with Both, but They Aren’t Normal Parts of Aging
Knowing the difference, getting appropriate medical screenings are key, Dartmouth-Hitchcock mental health professional says