The behavioral health field has made great strides in diagnosing autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and providing interventions and supports to help people living with autism thrive. But many girls and women with autism are still falling through the cracks.
A patient may not immediately identify themselves as a member of the LGBTQIA+ community, so it is important for clinicians to show patients that they are in a safe space.
Sheppard Pratt’s CEO discusses the barriers to mental healthcare and the necessary solutions
Physicians, including psychiatrists, are not immune to mental health struggles, and an increasing number are suffering from burnout.
Established and emerging therapies for treatment-resistant depression
Sheppard Pratt is actively engaged to change the face of youth mental health. They have built a comprehensive continuum of care and are reimagining the way that young people and their families access mental health services, at all levels of care.
Whether you want to refer a patient for top quality specialized care, learn from renowned experts in the field through continuing education opportunities, train directly with our clinicians for your psychiatry residency or fellowship, or grow your career, you can do it all at Sheppard Pratt.
Sheppard Pratt is seeking a child and adolescent psychiatrist or experienced nurse practitioner to join our special education day schools serving youth ages 7 – 21 with emotional and behavioral disabilities and/or autism. The position is an opportunity to work with a multi-disciplinary team of psychiatrists, psychologists, licensed clinicians, occupational therapists, nurses, teachers, and residential counselors work together to provide encouraging and individualized care in a collaborative environment.
Sheppard Pratt is seeking a child and adolescent or an adult psychiatrist for CalvertHealth in Southern Maryland where Sheppard Pratt provides psychiatry services. The psychiatrist is responsible for providing quality psychiatric medical care in inpatient or partial hospitalization settings and providing emergency department and inpatient consultations. The ideal candidate will have experience in acute psychiatric settings, a passion for providing quality care, and the ability to work using a team-based treatment approach.
This position provides an opportunity to serve as a leader of a vibrant and collaborative interdisciplinary treatment team as well as opportunities to participate in the expansion of the Geriatric Program into innovative treatment settings in the community. The position also provides opportunities to supervise and mentor trainees.