At Sheppard Pratt's Psychiatric Urgent Care, no appointment is necessary to get help for a mental health crisis.
Dr. Justine Larson, medical director of schools and residential treatment centers, shares tips for how parents can help their children manage back-to-school anxiety.
Harsh K. Trivedi, MD, MBA, president and CEO of Sheppard Pratt, weighs in on SAMHSA's recently released four-year behavioral health action plan.
Introducing Insights, our hub for clinical content. Read the latest from our experts on topics like psychedelics, medication management, continuum of care, autism spectrum disorder, and more.
Read the newest issue of Sheppard Pratt's magazine, including features on serving our veterans, supporting your child as they start at a new school, navigating cannabis legalization in Maryland, and more.
Since opening our doors in 1891, we have been leading the way toward meeting unmet needs. The 2022 Annual Report tells how we are delivering comprehensive and accessible behavioral healthcare.
Tips to help youth return to school with confidence
Talking about mental health with your family can be difficult, especially if there are additional cultural or racial pressures working against normalizing that conversation. We talked to a few Sheppard Pratt experts about their experiences & how they would advise others.
Four ways to help loved ones with Alzheimer's or dementia.
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