Minimizing the impact of mental illness on the community is a primary goal of St. Clair’s Psychiatry and Mental Health Services. Throughout the year, our professional staff conducts educational programs for community and business groups on a wide range of topics, including stress management and the signs and symptoms of depression.
To schedule a speaker, call our Public Relations department at 412.942.6280.
Our two general mental health support groups provide the help and education to better live with the challenges of mental illness. Families are welcome to attend both groups:
St. Clair’s Psychiatry and Mental Health and Women and Children Services departments have partnered to provide this support group for expecting and new moms who are dealing with the emotional transitions of pregnancy and motherhood.
Click here for a list of upcoming programs, or call 412.942.5882.
Welcoming a baby into the world is a time of great joy. But for some new moms, the major life changes involved can cause a variety of postpartum disorders, including depression, anxiety, and obsessive-compulsive, panic or post-traumatic stress disorders. To learn more about postpartum challenges, click here.
Chairman of the St. Clair Hospital Department of Psychiatry Bruce A. Wright, M.D. and his staff are working to erase the stigma of psychiatric illnesses. To read more about the ways they’re setting the record straight, click here.