A brief video on Dr Le’s initial thoughts on this viral article, the increased awareness created by attention grabbing headlines versus stigma around your child’s use of technology.
Original NYPost articles here:
Link to original commentary article here
In 2015, Dr Le received Australian Federal Funding to work in Internet Addiction clinics and school programs for teenagers in Singapore. Many of these programs were implement following the famous longitudinal study looking a pathological gaming in 3000 students over 2 years (published in Pediatrics 2011 by Gentile and Khoo). There was much opportunity to observe and collaborate with local Singaporean services so that one day similar services might be implemented in here in Australia. Continue reading “Profile of adolescents seeking treatment for excessive computer gaming at an addiction treatment service in Singapore” (Wei M, Le H. ANZJP 2016)
“The State of Wellbeing” Symposium:
Scotch College in conjunction with South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI), invited Dr Huu Kim Le to speak with 150 students from 15 Schools across Adelaide at “The State of Wellbeing”, a student focused Mental Health Symposium on Monday 26 September. He was joined by leading experts in positive psychology and wellbeing from Adelaide and internationally.
The IACAPAP Donald J Cohen Fellowship Program
CGI Clinic is proud to announce that this year Dr Huu Kim Le has been awarded a prestigious Donald J. Cohen Fellowship Program (DJCFP) for International Scholars in Child and Adolescent Mental Health.
Dedicated Mentorship and Leadership
The DJCFP is the dedicated mentorship arm for the International Association of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professionals (IACAPAP ) World Congress. Its main goal is to “facilitate access of aspiring leaders to the international organised community of child and adolescent mental health”.