In honor of Women's History Month, our contributors celebrate the women who inspire them.
In honor of Women's History Month, we asked some regular contributors and members of the Psychiatric TimesTM Editorial Board to weigh in on the women who have inspired them both personally and professionally. Here are some highlights from the month-long series.
Cynthia M.A. Geppert, MD, MA, MPH, MSBE, DPS, MSJ, revisits the earliest moral therapists and the potential for community in empowering recovery in St. Dymphna: Patroness of Psychiatry and Mental Illness.
Elisabeth Netherton, MD, celebrates Dawnelle Schatte, MD, who has inspired her for nearly 12 years, in A Teacher and a Mother.
Anna Marie Boyd, LPC, RDT-RYT-200, shares her inspiring story of how female connection can create space to dream, grow, and serve those around us with a gentle heart in An Open Letter to the Women Who Helped Shape My Career.
Helen Lavretsky, MD, MS, remembers Lissy Jarvik, MD, PhD—a pioneer of geriatric neuropsychiatry—in On Women Who Mentor Us.
Taish Malone, PhD, LPC-S, celebrates her mother—the woman she looks up to the most by far— in Inspirational Woman Personified: My Mommie.