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In response to the evolving healthcare landscape, we have adapted our services to meet the needs of families and participants at risk for psychosis by offering comprehensive online care options. These services include virtual assessment and treatment sessions, educational resources, and ongoing support, allowing you to prioritize your mental health and wellbeing from the comfort of your home. We are committed to ensuring that you receive the care and assistance you require, regardless of your location.


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  • Understanding Prodromes and Lessening Illness with Family Therapy (UPLIFT) is a family treatment program for teens and young adults aged 12 to 25 who are navigating challenges with thinking, mood, and daily functioning, a state often described as psychosis risk syndromes. This initiative offers a suite of targeted services to support both individuals and their families.
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Skills Groups, designed for teens and parents identified at high risk for psychosis or mood disorders. These groups, conducted over 9 weeks, aim to build coping strategies and skills to manage symptoms and enhance well-being.
  • Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy Groups are provided for teens at high risk for mood disorders or psychosis. These 8-week sessions integrate mindfulness practices with cognitive therapy to assist participants in understanding and managing their thoughts and emotions. For caregivers of these teens, a Mindful Parenting course is offered, comprising 9 sessions focused on imparting mindfulness skills to effectively support their teens.
  • The Adolescent Brain Behavior Research Center (ABBRC) at UCLA conducts focused research studies. The objective is to explore the development and changes in the brains of adolescents and young adults, their impact on cognitive functions such as memory and attention, and the relationship to various symptoms that young individuals may experience. This research plays a vital role in deepening our understanding of adolescent brain behavior and advancing the treatment of mood disorders and psychosis risk syndromes.


Virtual care means you can talk to your mental health team from your home, which makes it easier for you to get help in a clinical research study.


You can choose when to have your virtual appointments, so it's more convenient and won't interfere with your work or other plans.


With virtual care, you can keep in touch with your doctors and researchers regularly, helping them collect better information for the research.