Posts Tagged ‘Osher’

UCSF Update: Teens Aged 14-18 Who Are Receiving Depression Treatment May Join a Novel 12-Week Program at the OCIM

Tuesday, October 21st, 2014

TARA Study: Training of Attention and emotion Regulation in Adolescents with depression

The UCSF TARA study is seeking adolescents age 14-18 for a 6-month study that may include a novel 12-week depression program.  Depressed teens may learn yoga, breathing and meditation techniques to learn to slow down, feel more safe and calm, regulate emotions, and improve attention and focus.

There is no cost to participate. Participants will be paid $140 for 4 study visits over 6 months and may be eligible for $200 more for additional study procedures.

Must be 14-18 years old and receiving depression treatment. Participation requires parental or guardian permission (unless age 18).

For more information about the study and eligibility, please call 415-353-9723.

Read the Consent Form (Word or PDF) for more details on study participation.”

UCSF’s Five-Story, 48K Sq. Ft. Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at 1545 Divisadero Looks Move-In Ready Now

Monday, October 11th, 2010

See?

Chris Rauber has all the deets about the new building for our Osher Center for Integrative Medicine. It’s at 1545 Divisadero.

Who knows, maybe you’ll soon be getting “acupuncture, meditation, yoga, traditional Chinese medicine and/or therapeutic massage” inside this big orange and peach box:

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