Psychopharmacologist and director of clinical research programs, Dr. Scott Aaronson, weighs in on brexanolone, the first drug exclusively approved for the treatment of postpartum depression by the FDA.
Dr. Thomas Franklin, medical director of The Retreat at Sheppard Pratt, discusses why it is imperative that companies invest in the mental health of their employees.
Dr. Harry Brandt, co-director of The Center for Eating Disorders at Sheppard Pratt, discusses the risk factors and warnings signs of eating disorders.
An occupational therapy student reflects on his fieldwork experience at The Forbush School at Prince George's County.
One of the many roles occupational therapists may perform with children attending Sheppard Pratt schools is to assist students in developing and improving their handwriting skills.
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After working in the field for over a decade, I have had the wonderful privilege to meet hundreds of individuals and families living with autism. I have received…
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