On August 21, 2018, Boca Raton Psychiatrist Doctor Sam joined SoFlo Mixers to discuss issues that impact many children and adolescents: depression and cyberbullying. Make sure to follow Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist Doctor Sam on Facebook to receive invitations to future events: https://www.facebook.com/doctorsamllc/
Doctor Sam joined Boca Raton Pediatrician Dr. Chad Rudnick, MD FAAP of Boca VIPediatrics on August 1, 2018 for a Facebook Live discussion about helping your child cope with stress, anxiety and depression. If you missed the live event, you can still watch the recorded
Doctor Sam coauthored an article for the Miami Herald about detecting depression in adolescents. Read the article here.
Doctor Sam coauthored an article (published 8/24/2017) for the Miami Herald discussing suicide in children. Read the article here.
Doctor Sam coauthored an article on UM Health News (7/2017) about ways to help detect a potentially suicidal teenager. The article includes risk factors, warning signs and resources for readers. Read the article here.
Doctor Sam coauthored an article for the Miami Herald about depression in mothers and how parental mental health impairments can affect children. Read the article here.
In this video, Doctor Sam discusses the signs and symptoms of depression. Follow Doctor Sam on Facebook for more content: @doctorsamllc
Boca Raton Psychiatrist Doctor Sam (Samantha Saltz, MD) will be joining Boca VIPediatrics for a Facebook Live event on Wednesday August 1, 2018 at 8:30 pm. Part of VIPediatrics Summer School for Parents Series, this episode will dive into helping your child cope with stress,
You have probably heard of the popular Netflix series “13 Reasons Why.” The series is about an adolescent girl, Hannah, who recorded audio tapes before her death detailing 13 reasons why she committed suicide. Each tape centers on a different person who bullied her, hurt
An estimated 20.5 million students attend college and enrollment rates have increased by approximately 20 percent between 2003 and 2013.1 Many parents are guilty of measuring success according to which universities have granted their offspring a ticket of acceptance. This can make the college planning and the application process a