The Department of Psychiatry offers a variety of programs designed to help patients, their families, and the surrounding community learn how to manage and overcome obstacles to successful interactions. Whether a parent, childcare provider, or anyone dealing with emotional problems, we hope you will find these programs helpful.
From the telephone in his urban SUNY Upstate office, Jud Staller MD addresses a daunting rural challenge: the delivery of psychiatric services to children in rural New York State. In much the way he trains Upstate's psychiatric residents, Staller, a child and adolescent psychiatrist and assistant professor of psychiatry, consults with nurse practitioners in rural Greene County, three hours away. Due to distance, most of their weekly sessions take place via telephone. Read More >