The For A Better Day Foundation (FABD) is committed to create mental health awareness, break the stigma about mental illness and provide support to all those suffering from any mental health challenges.
Meet the team
FOR A BETTER DAY FOUNDATION MEMBERS
Dr. Ethan Anglemyer
Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Ethan Anglemyer hails from the Midwest where he grew up and attended medical school in Kansas City Missouri. He completed his psychiatric residency in Fort Lauderdale Florida and his child and adolescent fellowship at Harvard.
Dr. Anglemyer is double board-certified in adult and child/adolescent psychiatry. Currently he is an instructor of clinical psychiatry at Harvard Medical School as well as an inpatient psychiatric attending at Boston Children's Hospital. Dr. Anglemyer assists in the education of future physicians and plays an integral role in the fellowship at Boston Children’s Hospital. He has developed into a specialty of LGBTQ+ gender affirming care in terms of holistic treatment and therapy. He has specialized in several therapeutic modalities and has trained with the Boston Psychoanalytic society and institute.
Dr. Anglemyer is also an avid proponent for the advancement of mental health and the breakdown of the stigma in society. He has spent most of his education and young career on advocacy both in the community and in legislature. He has completed a mini fellowship in Boston to learn about healthcare advancement and ongoing disparities with this patient population.
Dr. Anglemyer has been an ongoing leader throughout his career as evidenced by being chief fellow in his fellowship and ongoing participation in committees at Boston Children's Hospital and Harvard.
Dr. Anglemyer keeps a close tie to Florida where he currently serves a member of the board & CMO at the For a Better Day Foundation. This foundation looks at breaking down barriers to healthcare when it comes to mental illness. Throughout his career he has been involved in several research endeavors as well as local and national lectures and presentations.
Dr. Anglemyer was quoted to be living by the following motto "making a difference in just one person's life is a miracle and I want to bring joy to people and help them better their own lives." Dr. Anglemyer prides himself on a life of happiness and doing a job that he loves. Dr. Anglemyer wants to continue the work he has been building in Boston with a collaboration in Florida to work on a multi-site advancement of psychiatric care.
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Coral Springs, Florida 33067
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