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The 9 Things You Should Know About Colorado’s Work-Life Balance

  • Posted by Holli Keyser
  • On April 9, 2018
Struggling to maintain a work-life balance? Psychologist Dana Steidtmann and Community Programs Manager Alex Yannacone, along with many other local experts weigh in with 5280 Magazine on “The 9 Things You Should Know about Colorado’s Work-Life Balance.”
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After Mass Shootings, Some Call For Better Mental Health Programs. Would It Help?

  • Posted by Holli Keyser
  • On April 2, 2018
Statistically, people with mental illness are no more likely to become violent than people who don’t have a diagnosed mental illness. Dr. Michael Allen from the Johnson Depression Center and Dr. Jason Williams from Children’s Hospital Colorado spoke with Colorado Public Radio on addressing the challenges of finding a meaningful connection between mental illness and mass […]
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Welcome to our new website!

  • Posted by Holli Keyser
  • On March 5, 2018
Welcome to our new website! This newly updated site was created in culmination of the Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Depression Center’s 10th anniversary, and serves as an important resource for our patients and the community. Since 2008, we’ve made tremendous progress to improve the lives of people with depression and mood disorders, centered on […]
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Dr. Schneck named on 2017 list of Denver’s Top Doctors

  • Posted by Holli Keyser
  • On March 5, 2018
Congratulations to Christopher Schneck, M.D., Medical Director for being recently named as Denver’s “Top Doctors” in 5280 Magazine. Dr. Schneck has been recognized annually as a “Top Doctor” in psychiatry since 2004. 5280 Top Doc Honors: 2017 Psychiatry | 2016 Psychiatry | 2015 Psychiatry | 2014 Psychiatry | 2013 Psychiatry | 2012 Psychiatry | 2011 […]
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Could a History of Childhood Abuse Be Contributing to Your Depression?

  • Posted by Holli Keyser
  • On March 2, 2018
“Time just doesn’t magically heal,” says Adria Pearson-Mauro, an assistant professor of family medical and psychiatry at the CU School of Medicine, and a clinical psychologist at CU’s Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Depression Center. Dr. Pearson-Mauro discusses the impact of childhood trauma in adulthood in this U.S. News & World Report article.  
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