New Conference Series Focuses on Improving Mental Health Care for Black Youth
Learn more about the inaugural Black Youth Mental Health Clinical Case Conference Series at Yale Child Study Center, a 6-session event in 2024, that focuses on improving mental health care for Black youth and their families.
The Black Youth Mental Health Epidemic: A Crisis in Its Own Right
Here's why Black youth mental health should be a priority...
New Year, Same Racism
This doctor’s New Year’s resolution? To continue working to end anti-Black racism and the collateral damage it has caused.
How I navigate the supervisor-supervisee relationship as a Black female resident, activist, and scholar in anti-Black racism—and how a "temperature check" can help.
Some Attendings Are Safer Than Others: Navigating Supervision as a Black Psychiatry Resident
Navigating the supervisor-supervisee relationship is difficult when supervisors are dismissive of racism, especially when the impact of racism cannot be minimized.
The Missing Piece to the Puzzle of Black Youth Suicide
How does the experience of racism contribute to suicidal ideation and attempts?
The Opioid Crisis Is Neither a White Nor an Adult Problem
How can psychiatrists improve substance use treatment for Black and pediatric patients?
Them: Must-See TV for Psychiatrists
Psychiatrists who want to understand white supremacy should watch this series…
The Super Bowl and the Importance of Tradition (Or Not)
Which traditions will keep us afloat during the pandemic, and which ones need to go?
Seeking Help Is Not Weak
Dak Prescott of the Dallas Cowboys spoke up about his mental illness and was questioned. Dr Calhoun argues his bravery should be commended, not criticized.
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