Sheppard Pratt has been recognized by Becker's Hospital Review for our mental health and psychiatry programs.
Matthew W. Johnson, PhD, will join the Institute for Advanced Diagnostics and Therapeutics at Sheppard Pratt in February 2024.
The arrival of the new year means people are participating in "Dry January," the increasingly popular challenge of not drinking alcohol for the entire month.
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While OCD is often associated with more intangible themes or hypothetical concerns, the Obsessive-Compulsive pattern of thinking in those who have the disorder can latch on to more present issues, such as a difficult, and very real, medical diagnosis.
At least once a year I find it helpful to hit the reset button in a big way and, for me, that means a few days of silent meditation.
Over the past few years, “dry January” has become a popular way to recognize the beginning of a new year. We talked to Amy Schultz, Sheppard Pratt addictions specialist and community liaison, about the benefits of participating and how to pivot from a trend to a lifestyle change.
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