How can we combat mental illness in our nation's young people? Dr. Todd Peters, Sheppard Pratt vice president and chief medical officer, weighs in.
The Frederick "crisis car" program - one that combines law enforcement, EMS, and a Sheppard Pratt mental health professional - provides all of the resources someone might need when in a state of crisis.
Scott Aaronson, MD, shares how patients may experience an altered sense of self when antidepressants are effective.
This year’s annual report highlights new programs and services and celebrates a few of Sheppard Pratt’s people who are committed to the communities we serve. Hope is here—within our walls and our people, and it’s palpable in the care we provide.
Simone Biles has brought mental health to the world stage.
Announcing the winners of the first Teacher of the Year Award.
Mental health conditions like OCD are real conditions with real symptoms, not a shameful character flaw.
Read the newest issue of Sheppard Pratt's magazine, including features on the importance of sleep, back-to-school anxiety, a young man's mental health journey, and Sheppard Pratt's new Baltimore/Washington Campus.
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