Sheryl Kataoka MD, MSHS

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Email
skataoka@mednet.ucla.edu
Phone
Work Phone Number: (800) 825-9989 310-794-3727
Address
Mailing Address: UCLA Wilshire Ctr, Suite 300 Los Angeles, CA 90095UNITED STATES
Dr. Kataoka is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences. A child psychiatrist, Dr. Kataoka's research has focused on improving the access to and quality of mental health care for ethnic minority children and their families, especially through non-traditional delivery systems such as schools. She received her M.D. from George Washington University and her M.S.H.S. from UCLA.

Publications:

Langley Audra K, Nadeem Erum, Kataoka Sheryl H, Stein Bradley D, Jaycox Lisa H   Evidence-Based Mental Health Programs in Schools: Barriers and Facilitators of Successful Implementation School mental health, 2010; 2(3): 105-113.
Stein Bradley D, Kataoka Sheryl H, Hamilton Alison B, Schultz Dana, Ryan Gery, Vona Pamela, Wong Marleen   School personnel perspectives on their school's implementation of a school-based suicide prevention program The journal of behavioral health services & research, 2010; 37(3): 338-49.
Kataoka Sheryl H, Nadeem Erum, Wong Marleen, Langley Audra K, Jaycox Lisa H, Stein Bradley D, Young Phillip   Improving disaster mental health care in schools: a community-partnered approach American journal of preventive medicine, 2009; 37(6 Suppl 1): S225-9.
Shetgiri Rashmi, Kataoka Sheryl H, Ryan Gery W, Askew Lawren Miller, Chung Paul J, Schuster Mark A   Risk and resilience in Latinos: a community-based participatory research study American journal of preventive medicine, 2009; 37(6 Suppl 1): S217-24.
Kataoka Sheryl H, Rowan Brian, Hoagwood Kimberly Eaton   Bridging the divide: in search of common ground in mental health and education research and policy Psychiatric services (Washington, D.C.), 2009; 60(11): 1510-5.
Ngo Victoria, Langley Audra, Kataoka Sheryl H, Nadeem Erum, Escudero Pia, Stein Bradley D   Providing evidence-based practice to ethnically diverse youths: examples from the Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS) program Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 2008; 47(8): 858-62.
Dean Kristin L, Stein Bradley D, Jaycox Lisa H, Kataoka Sheryl H, Wong Marleen   Datapoints: acceptability of asking parents about their children's traumatic symptoms Psychiatric services (Washington, D.C.), 2004; 55(8): 866.
Kataoka Sheryl H, Stein Bradley D, Lieberman Richard, Wong Marleen   Datapoints: suicide prevention in schools: are we reaching minority youths? Psychiatric services (Washington, D.C.), 2003; 54(11): 1444.
Stein Bradley D, Jaycox Lisa H, Kataoka Sheryl H, Wong Marleen, Tu Wenli, Elliott Marc N, Fink Arlene   A mental health intervention for schoolchildren exposed to violence: a randomized controlled trial JAMA : the journal of the American Medical Association, 2003; 290(5): 603-11.
Kataoka Sheryl H, Stein Bradley D, Jaycox Lisa H, Wong Marleen, Escudero Pia, Tu Wenli, Zaragoza Catalina, Fink Arlene   A school-based mental health program for traumatized Latino immigrant children Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 2003; 42(3): 311-8.
Kataoka Sheryl H, Zhang Lily, Wells Kenneth B   Unmet need for mental health care among U.S. children: variation by ethnicity and insurance status The American journal of psychiatry, 2002; 159(9): 1548-55.
Jaycox Lisa H, Stein Bradley D, Kataoka Sheryl H, Wong Marleen, Fink Arlene, Escudero Pia, Zaragoza Catalina   Violence exposure, posttraumatic stress disorder, and depressive symptoms among recent immigrant schoolchildren Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 2002; 41(9): 1104-10.
Wells K B, Kataoka S H, Asarnow J R   Affective disorders in children and adolescents: addressing unmet need in primary care settings Biological psychiatry, 2001; 49(12): 1111-20.
Kataoka S H, Zima B T, Dupre D A, Moreno K A, Yang X, McCracken J T   Mental health problems and service use among female juvenile offenders: their relationship to criminal history Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 2001; 40(5): 549-55.