The Yale Child Study Center is pleased to host its inaugural Black Youth Mental Health Clinical Case Conference Series, directed by Dr. Amanda J. Calhoun, MD, MPH, Chief Resident & Child Psychiatry Fellow, under the advisement of Dr. Mark Beitel, PhD, Research Scientist. The series is endorsed by Dr. Linda Mayes, MD, Department Chair; Tara Davila, LCSW, YCSC Vice Chair for Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion; and Dr. Darin Latimore, Deputy Dean for Diversity and Inclusion and Chief Diversity Officer at Yale School of Medicine.
Six mental health clinical case conferences will be held in-person from January 2024 through June 2024 from 6:00 pm-8:15 pm ET (see dates below). Local participants are strongly encouraged to attend in person, though a virtual option will be made available if needed, and for those joining from a distance.
Invited expert discussants, from within Yale and beyond, will weigh in on complex clinical cases involving Black youth presented by Yale Child Study Center trainees. The Clinical Case Conference Series will be interactive, and attendees will be encouraged to engage in a round-table discussion.
At the January session, Dr. Amanda Calhoun will present and the expert discussants will be Dr. Howard Stevenson, Dr. Carolyn Roberts, and Dr. Terrell Holloway.
Dinner will be provided and registration is required for each case conference. There is no requirement to attend all sessions; participants can register for the sessions individually.
Yale Child Study Center, 230 S Frontage Rd
New Haven, CT 06520