Tom Flis, behavioral services manager, shares some of the early signs of autism that parents should look out for in their child.
Frederick County is launching a Mobile Crisis Team, available 7 days/week, staffed by Sheppard Pratt behavioral health professionals.
Director of Social Work Carrie Etheridge, LCSW-C, discusses how children have been affected by the pandemic and how Sheppard Pratt has helped.
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When mental illness or injury gets in the way of performing everyday tasks, occupational therapists are there to help.
We have always known that social workers are essential – but the COVID-19 pandemic has clearly shown how truly vital social workers are to our society.
The thought of forgetting memories or details can create a great deal of anxiety for OCD sufferers.
Dr. Robert Wisner-Carlson, chief of the Autism and Neurodevelopmental Outpatient program, explains the factors that may increase the risk of depression among people with autism in a recently published SPARK article.
Feeling the "winter blues" creeping in as the days get shorter and the air gets colder? Learn more about Seasonal Affective Disorder and what you can do to address it.
There are many ways you can make a difference during Suicide Prevention Month and throughout the year.
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