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Perspectives 2018: A Publication of McLean Hospital

February 15, 2018

In this issue, read about the latest innovations in clinical care, research, and education at McLean.

Perspectives 2018 coverMcLean’s Integrated Group Therapy App Wins Innovation Challenge
A team from McLean Hospital won this year’s Partners Connected Health Innovation Challenge (CHIC) for a proposal to create a digital platform that brings integrated group therapy (IGT) to individuals with co-occurring mood disorders and substance use disorders

Mental Health, BPD, and Boys: What Everyone Needs to Know
For years, the public and many in the psychiatric community have viewed mental illness in boys and mental illness in girls in very different ways.

Hospital Without Walls: Help for Individuals With Chronic Mental Illness
PACT brings coordinated, flexible, and customized mental health care to people with chronic and persistent psychotic disorders, such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and related disorders.

Bridging Policy, Research, and Practice
In July, several McLean clinicians received a crash course in behavioral health policymaking during a one-day trip to Washington, DC.

Joseph T. Coyle, MD, Given Prestigious Award for Foundational Neuroscience Work
McLean Hospital’s Joseph T. Coyle, MD, was honored this October by the National Academy of Medicine (NAM) with the 2017 Rhoda and Bernard Sarnat International Prize in Mental Health.

College Mental Health Program Launches New Services to Support Students
College is challenging for everyone, but for students affected by mental illness, the adversity they face can be overwhelming.

Read more in the full issue.