Jun 18, 2020
Altha J. Stewart, M.D. comes from a family of storytellers and in this episode of Psychiatry Unbound she brings her own personal stories to life in rich detail. During an intimate conversation with Laura Roberts, M.D., M.A., she relives her own stories about how she came to be the person she grew into and the significance of becoming the first black President of the APA.
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From the point of view of doctors and patients, Dr. Stewart and her fellow editors, Ezra E. H. Griffith, M.D., Billy E. Jones, M.D., M.S., brought together Black Mental Health to contribute to the conversation about the role of race in mental healthcare and education with the hope that it will provide a path forward for the next 50 years.