Dr. Sam donates her hair to Locks of Love.
On May 11, 2020, Doctor Sam was joined by guest co-host Dr. Chad Rudnick of BocaVIPediatrics on Facebook Live for an informative discussion on Covid-19 facts, and how quarantine and social distancing are impacting our kids. A recording of the event is available below. Follow
Doctor Sam hosted a Facebook Live event on May 6, 2020 with Dr. Elizabeth Steinberg — Pediatrician and Interim Director of Broward Health Covid-19 Testing. A recording of the event is available below. Follow Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist Doctor Sam on Facebook to receive invitations
Amongst all this chaos, it’s time that we focus on the positive. Our community has come together to fight COVID-19 and I feel we must recognize some of our accomplishments to date. Thank you to all physicians, healthcare workers, teachers, researchers and people worldwide, for
On April 1, 2020, Doctor Sam hosted a Facebook Live discussion with Dr. Rachael Silverman about communication techniques, structure, and ways families can destress while in close quarters. Make sure to follow Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist Doctor Sam on Facebook to receive invitations to future
On March 23, 2020, Doctor Sam hosted a Facebook Live discussion with ER Physician, Dr. Nathan Dvor about Covid-19. Make sure to follow Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist Doctor Sam on Facebook to receive invitations to future events: https://www.facebook.com/doctorsamllc/
In this video, Doctor Sam discusses the signs and symptoms of depression. Follow Doctor Sam on Facebook for more content: @doctorsamllc
Doctor Sam is proud to be a sponsor of the 2018 HEArt Show, an annual event to promote awareness of the healing power of expressive arts and to raise funds for organizations that utilize art in the healing process. Where: Sacred Treehouse 250 Royal Court
Hurricanes destroyed homes and businesses in Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico. The damage that these storms caused, while large, was often followed by an equally large sense of community. The heart-felt stories are numerous. University of Miami physicians guided a mother through the home-birth of
Many assume that children who are young “won’t remember” or “won’t understand” death. However, in many cases, children are more perceptive than adults realize. Depending on a child’s level of cognitive development, death can be a challenging topic for parents to discuss with their children.