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Jan 26, 2015

All-Access Pass to McLean Hospital via Online Tools

From who has the best cookie recipe to where to get the dog groomed to the annual listing of best hospitals, the Internet is everyone’s go-to resource for information. With this in mind, McLean Hospital has developed a new, user- friendly...

Jan 26, 2015

Elyn Saks: Making Peace with Mental Illness

When Elyn Saks spoke to a standing-room only crowd during a recent event at McLean Hospital, the crowd remained riveted for the full hour as she vividly recounted her unprecedented journey as a person living with schizophrenia. During her talk, Saks...

Jan 12, 2015

McLean Set to Launch Substance Abuse Program in Camden, Maine

McLean Borden Cottage, scheduled to open in early 2015 in Camden, Maine, is the hospital’s new residential treatment program for drug and alcohol addiction and the first McLean program to open outside of Massachusetts. Set on nearly 14 acres...

Dec 15, 2014

Wishes for Peace and Joy This Holiday Season

With more than 1,800 members of our community providing compassionate care, conducting innovative research and educating patients, their families, other professionals, and the public, our commitment to those whom we serve has never been stronger....

Dec 1, 2014

McLean’s Speakers Bureau Works to Make a Local Impact

McLean Hospital's speakers' bureau is a community service that helps to educate the public about a variety of mental health issues such as depression, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia. For the past 14 years, McLean's doctors, therapists, and...

Dec 1, 2014

Christine Tebaldi Receives APNA Excellence in Leadership Award

During the annual conference of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association (APNA) in October, a presentation given by Christine Tebaldi, MS, PMHNP-BC, exemplified one of the many reasons she received the Excellence in Leadership Award during the...

Nov 4, 2014

Through a Mother’s Eyes: The Struggles and Triumphs of OCD

Lynette Peck is mother of a former patient at McLean’s OCD Institute. Tomorrow morning I will move my son into his new dorm room. Already today he and I have packed the car, driven 550 miles, eaten at two restaurants, used a number of public...

Nov 4, 2014

Family Therapists Play Key Role in OCD Recovery

At some point in your life, either as a parent or child, you have likely attended an admission day such as the first day of school, camp, or college. The days leading up to admission are usually filled with feelings of excitement, hope, and often...

Nov 4, 2014

New Survey Will Guide OCD Research and Care

In the OCD Institute Office of Clinical Assessment and Research, we have implemented several new data collection initiatives this year, including efforts to collect information from the family members of patients. Earlier this year, we began...

Oct 22, 2014

Veterans Day Feature: John Rodolico

John Rodolico, PhD, treats adolescents with a variety of issues ranging from substance abuse to anxiety disorders. What some people might not know is that Rodolico is not only a psychologist at McLean but he was also a medical officer in the US Army...

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