Dr Turban is a fellow in child and adolescent psychiatry at Stanford University School of Medicine.
Chatbots for Child Mental Health Care: Helpful, but Limited
An estimated 7.7 million children have at least 1 mental health disorder. How can chatbots help?
Chatbots Can Fill Gaps in Mental Health Care for Children—To a Point
Chatbots have the potential to help millions. How can we use them to improve mental health in children?
The Mental Health of SGM Youth: Embracing Affirmation
Homosexuality was classified as a mental illness until 1973. We have come a long way, but there is a lot further to go...
Psychotherapy from the Bathtub
We can make treatment work during this pandemic, no matter how or where, even if it is from the bathtub with the door locked. Listen as Dr Turban talks more.
Out of Our Control: A Psychiatrist's Experience with Coronavirus
There are things within our control: catching coronavirus may not be one of them.
Call Me by Your Name: Not Pedophilia, Still Problematic
The typical trials of an teen working to understand sex and intimacy is compromised by an inappropriate power dynamic in this film, according to the authors.
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