Seeing the psychiatric patient as more than an isolated individual
The name says it all: The Institute of Community and Family Psychiatry has excelled for 50 years by seeing the patient not just as an individual, but as someone with complex ties to family and community, against a backdrop of religion, race and ethnicity.
Commitment to patients helped Child Psychiatry weather the decades
This fall, as the JGH Child Psychiatry Program commemorates its landmark 50th anniversary, its early years—as well as many recent achievements—are back in the spotlight.
Child Psychiatry: 50 years of caring for children and their families
Although the specially designed facilities of the Ruth and Saul Kaplan Pavilion were opened in 2010, its team approach is a direct descendent of the philosophy—both revolutionary and evolutionary—behind the Child Psychiatry Program when it was launched in 1967.
Child psychiatry at the JGH: 50 years and counting
A timeline of highlights in a half-century of service in Child Psychiatry at the JGH.