Men are often reluctant to seek mental health help. Dr. Michael Young, psychiatrist and medical director, explains why.
A team of researchers from Sheppard Pratt found that individuals with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and other serious mental illnesses reported greater and more frequent mental distress and worries due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Andrea Rifkind, LCSW-C, program director and therapist, details the importance of in-home stabilization for kids in psychiatric crisis.
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Read the newest articles from Sheppard Pratt's magazine, including features on beating the winter blues, keeping anger in check, navigating drug use and mental health, and more.
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.
OCD may trick you into believing that any shift in mood, thought, or perception may be an indicator of their descent to “losing their mind.”
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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