In June, UF Health Shands Psychiatric Hospital staff hosted an open house to showcase a newly developed state-of-the-art electroconvulsive therapy, or ECT, suite. ECT is currently used to treat patients suffering from severe depression, treatment-resistant depression, severe mania, depression with psychosis or suicidality and catatonia. A team of physicians and support staff who specialize in ECT offers customized treatment plans for patients. Visit UFHealth.org/electroconvulsive-therapy for more information. Pictured are (from left) Holly Wojcik, R.N., UF Health Shands Hospital Psychiatry Unit 52 nurse manager; Lisa Dowd, B.S.N., R.N., CRRN, NE-BC, UF Health Shands Rehab Hospital director of nursing and patient services; and Brent Carr, M.D., UF Health ECT program chief.