Thomas Franklin, MD, psychiatrist and service chief at The Ruxton House at Sheppard Pratt, discusses the importance of unplugging from our devices and turning digital addiction into digital adaptation in Baltimore Outloud’s Mental Health Moment.
Dr. Richard Loewenstein, medical director of The Trauma Disorders Program at Sheppard Pratt, discusses the power dynamics of sexual misconduct – and the central role humiliation plays – in light of the Harvey Weinstein trials.
Association with man’s best friend can provide a previously unknown benefit. Sheppard Pratt Health System, in partnership with Johns Hopkins Medicine, recently completed a study that suggests being around pet dogs from an early age lessens one’s chance of developing schizophrenia as an adult.
The psychiatric illness with the highest mortality rate is persistently misunderstood.
Still searching for gifts for everyone on your list this holiday season? You’re definitely not alone. Here are some ideas for gifts that can help your friends and family tackle stress.
If you are the type of person that tends to shy away from holiday gatherings and has a difficult time with all of the holiday cheer, you are not alone. While all signs point to “gather and be joyful,” it is OK if your mood is more “Frosty the Snowman” than “Merry and Bright.”
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