Adjunct Clinical Faculty Association

Welcome to the Adjunct Clinical Faculty Association

Department of PsychiatryThe Adjunct Clinical Faculty Association in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University School of Medicine is a non-profit, non-political organization of Stanford affiliated, community based, mental health professionals who are dedicated to high quality clinical training and effective communication between its members and academic faculty, psychiatric residents, and other important segm). ents of the Department, the School of Medicine, and the University. Membership in the Association is limited to members of the Adjunct Clinical Faculty in Psychiatry and its Emeriti.

Dr. Eli Merritt Launches Bay Area Suicide Risk Project

Eli MerrittFormer Stanford resident Dr. Eli Merritt, responding to the fragmented nature of the mental health care system, most notably diminished acute and subacute psychiatric services, launched the Bay Area Suicide Risk Project in the fall of 2014. The project is designed to identify, describe, and share with all interested individuals and organizations vital suicide-related resources to help both health care professionals and concerned family members navigate risk. Most recently, he and his research team released two of three Bay Area wide resource directories, Suicide Risk Emergency Services and Hotlines and Mobile Crisis Services. The third directory, expected in April, will focus on treatment. 

Ricardo F. Muñoz, Ph.D. spoke at ACF Appreciation Day April 25, 2015

Dr. Muñoz is ACF Professor in our Department and Distinguished Professor of Clinical Psychology at P.A.U., and Emeritus Professor of Psychology at UCSF. He spoke on Using Psychology and Information Technology to Help as Many People as Possible (video link). This was an important topic and much appreciated by the audience and learners present.


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