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Donor News and Patient Stories

Philanthropy news, patient stories and more about inspiring members of the McLean community. Please visit our Publications page to view issues of Horizons, a publication of McLean's Development department.

McLean Receives $2 Million Gift

Drs. Milissa Kauffman and Sherry Winternitz
Left to right, Sherry Winternitz, MD, and Milissa Kaufman, MD, PhD

Sherry Winternitz, MD, clinical director of McLean's Dissociative Disorders and Trauma Program, inspired an anonymous $2 million gift that will fuel trauma research & the Center for Women’s Mental Health.

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Cultural Icon and Mental Health Advocate

Jane Fonda
Jane Fonda

Cultural icon Jane Fonda was this year’s recipient of the McLean Award, which is given annually to people who have furthered the public's understanding of psychiatric illness and mental health. Fonda was recognized for her mental health advocacy and for raising public awareness about issues such as eating disorders, trauma, post-partum depression, bipolar disorder and suicide. Fonda graciously accepted the award before members of the McLean community accepted at the hospital’s Annual Dinner on June 20, 2014, at the InterContinental Boston.

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Olympic Gold Medalist; Survivor

Kayla Harrison
Click to watch Kayla's story

Kayla Harrison survived childhood abuse, achieved recovery at McLean, and fulfilled her dream of becoming an Olympic gold medalist.

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Kindred Spirits in Philanthropy

Rose-Marie and Eijk van Otterloo
Rose-Marie and Eijk van Otterloo

Rose-Marie and Eijk van Otterloo are ever grateful for the care that a loved one received at McLean. With a $5M gift, they established the Rose-Marie and Eijk van Otterloo Chair of Psychiatry in honor of McLean's present leader, Scott L. Rauch, MD.

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McLean Award

McLean Award

The McLean Award is given annually to those who have raised public awareness about mental health. This year, McLean honored Jane Fonda.

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Planned Giving

John McLean Society

The John McLean Society recognizes the grateful patients, inspired family members and friends who have included McLean in their estate plans.

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