- Student and Resident Behavioral Health
Student and Resident Behavioral Health
Welcome! We hope you find these resources helpful.
David J. Ciprano, PhD
Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine
Director, Student and Resident Behavioral Health
Maintaining a healthy and balanced lifestyle during times of stress can be very challenging. Our experts have provided tips on how to eat healthy under times of stress, tips for alcohol usage, exercise information, and other health-related behaviors.
A philosophical shift in psychology has targeted researchers, clinicians, and the general public to focus on the positive attributes of human functioning, which facilitates happiness, growth, and adaptation.
Sleep wellness is essential to optimal cognitive, emotional, and interpersonal functioning. However, in medical training and practice, sleep deprivation is common. Maintaining and caring for one's sleep is essential to psychological wellness and health.
Stress is a normal and necessary part of life. Coping with times when environmental stress becomes overwhelming can help decrease distress.
The MCWAH Resident Spouse Association (RSA) is a nonprofit organization for spouses and significant others of MCWAH residents and fellows. We help ease the adjustment to residency life by offering social and philanthropic activities for our members and their families.
List of MCW student organizations.
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine Student and Resident Behavioral Health
1155 N. Mayfair Road
Tosa Health Center, Third Floor
Milwaukee, WI 53226
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
** Scheduled appointments outside of normal business hours are also available.
General Contact Information
General: (414) 955-8950
Intake: (414) 955-8933
Emergency Contact Information
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