New performances share more of Saks’ memoir, The Center Cannot Hold: My Journey Through Madness, which documents the USC Gould professor’s diagnosis with schizophrenia and her resilience as she learned to cope with the disorder.
USC Viterbi’s Shri Narayanan will bring together an interdisciplinary team of USC and UCLA researchers to work on the mental health project.
TITLE IX: The USC Gould School of Law professor is the founder and faculty director of the Saks Institute for Mental Health Law, Policy and Ethics.
John Armistead is using the tech and design skills he’s acquiring at the USC Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy to improve the lives — and minds — of athletes.
Mental health professionals are assigned within USC Dornsife’s academic departments.
A large-scale study of mothers shows those who experienced sweeping changes to their daily lives were particularly susceptible to experiencing symptoms of traumatic stress specific to the pandemic.
Researchers at USC’s Center for Economic and Social Research documented worsening mental health since 2013 among both boys and girls.
Katrina Manrique’s interest in policies that better serve people in need of counseling and mental health resources was one of the reasons she applied for the 2022 David C. Bohnett Leadership Fellowship.
The Trauma Recovery Center at the USC Suzanne-Dworak-Peck School of Social Work is the first comprehensive victim recovery behavioral health clinic at the university.
Carla Ibarra was among 30 young people who went to Washington to advocate for mental health action.