Friends of the John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge Expands Education

Dr. Gregg Gorton is an associate professor of psychiatry at Temple University School of Medicine. He is also the associate director of the inpatient ward at Episcopal Hospital. Outside of work, Dr. Gregg Gorton is involved with the Friends of the John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge. The Friends of the John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge…

The Historic Preservation Efforts of the Lower Merion Conservancy

Dr. Gregg Gorton instructs medical students as an associate clinical professor of psychiatry at Temple University’s Lewis Katz School of Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and also serves as director of an inpatient unit at Temple‚Äôs Episcopal Hospital. An avid birding enthusiast in his private life, Dr. Gregg Gorton contributes volunteer hours to the Lower Merion…

National Wildlife Refuge Applauds Marine Monument Designation

Over the course of his 30 years as a clinical professor, Dr. Gregg Gorton has lectured on numerous of topics, including professional conduct and ethics, as well as boundary setting in the therapeutic relationship. Apart from his academic career, Dr. Gregg Gorton is an active philanthropist and supports many charitable organizations, including the National Wildlife…

An Introduction to the Life of Ted Parker

An academic psychiatrist and clinical educator for 30 years, Dr. Gregg Gorton is also an avid birder and a prolific writer. For the past 12 years, Dr. Gregg Gorton has been researching a book on the life of conservationist and ornithologist Ted Parker. Born in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Ted Parker began watching birds and exploring nature…

Chestnut-collared Longspur Named 2016 Bird of the Year

An academic psychiatrist with over 30 years of experience teaching at medical schools, Dr. Gregg Gorton serves as an Associate Clinical Professor of psychiatry at the Temple University’s Lewis Katz School of Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Dr. Gregg Gorton is also a member of the American Birding Association (ABA), which maintains a tradition of naming…

Researchers Uncover Potential New Social Support for Autism

A distinguished fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, Dr. Gregg Gorton has excelled in clinical practice and as an educator. Dr. Gregg Gorton stands out as a two-time recipient of Philadelphia magazine’s Top Doc designation and receives many requests to consult on cases regarding the use of psychopharmacological interventions. In early 2016, the journal Psychopharmacology…

Potential Indications for Suicide Assessment

  An award-winning clinical educator, psychiatrist Dr. Gregg Gorton has lectured and taught about the sensitive process of suicide assessment. Dr. Gregg Gorton recently joined the faculty at Temple University to share his skills with a new community. When a mental health clinician believes a client is in danger of ending his or her own…