Sheppard Pratt's director of addiction services, Jason Martin, PsyD, LCPC, CPRP, NCC, ACS, shares why staying connected is an important component of the recovery process.
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.
September is Suicide Prevention Month. Dr. Deepak Prabhakar, medical director of outpatient services, discusses our nation’s suicide epidemic, including individual risk factors and warning signs, and provides helpful resources in this article.
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Sheppard Pratt has announced that it has earned the “LGBTQ Health Care Equality Top Performer” designation for its Towson hospital campus from the Human Rights Campaign Foundation (HRC).
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Marissa Edwards, PhD, post-doctoral fellow at The Center for Eating Disorders at Sheppard Pratt, shares six ways you can focus on maintaining your eating disorder recovery during COVID-19.
If you missed our Facebook Live, Understanding and Managing Anxiety, here’s a recap.
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