Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences
The mission of the Menninger Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences of Baylor College of Medicine is threefold:
- To provide compassionate, safe and effective care of people with psychiatric and co-occurring disorders
- To educate students, physicians, mental health professionals, and the general public in psychiatry and the behavioral sciences
- To conduct innovative and relevant research into the understanding and treatment of people with psychiatric disorders, and into the prevention of these conditions.
We believe that psychiatry is an integral part of medicine; that it is a brain-based specialty that encompasses biological, psychological, social, interpersonal and spiritual parameters; and that it is most effective when practiced in an evidence-based manner, involving interdisciplinary academic collaboration and expertise.
To inquire about our psychiatric out-patient services, referrals, or to schedule an appointment with one of our staff psychiatrists or psychologists, call the Baylor College of Medicine Psychiatry Clinic at 713-798-4857.
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The Beth K. and Stuart C. Yudofsky Division of Neuropsychiatry provides a context for the advancement of neuropsychiatric research, training, and practice at the Baylor College of Medicine and its affiliates in the Texas Medical Center.
The faculty and staff of the Mood Disorders Program are researching new therapies for treatment-resistant mood disorders
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Disclaimer: This website is not designed to respond to patient care needs. Should you feel that you are of any danger to yourself or others, call 911 or arrange transportation to the nearest general hospital emergency room for immediate evaluation and treatment.