Dr Le Behind the News ABC interview

Dr Le was recently interviewed on the long running children’s TV show Behind the News on ABC Australia. He was asked to comment on the effect of “likes” on Instagram and social media. This was news segment directed at school students 13 years and under. Segment starts at 15mins 30secs.Link here:https://youtu.be/b2ng7Vol0_I

“Every child is the same as a little baby” Guide for Vietnamese Australian Parents by Vinh Van Le (1994)

Free PDF Download: Vietnamese/English Parenting Guide 1994 In the 1990s, headlines such as “Viet gangs take over heroin trade” were commonplace in Australian national newspapers. My father Mr Vinh Van Le, was a prominent social worker here in the Vietnamese Community here in Adelaide. During this time, my father volunteered to research and author a …

Dr Le interview with Mix 102.3 Jodie and Soda

http://www.mix1023.com.au/shows/jodie-soda/screen-time-for-your-kids-with-dr-kim-le Dr Kim Le, child psychiatrist from Women’s and Children’s Hospital (WCH) was recently interviewed by Adelaide’s Mix 102.3 Radio show with Jodi and Soda. This interview was to better help the community and especially parents to better understand the potential negative effects of online computer games, signs to look out for addiction and what …

Dr Huu Kim Le on Triple J Hack 18th June 2018

Last year, Dr Le featured on Triple J Hack’s segment on Internet Gaming Disorder (DSM-5). Tune into Triple J Hack this afternoon as Dr Le will discuss the inclusion of Gaming Disorder into the WHO ICD-11 announcement, today 1730pm AEST. What does this recognition mean for those seeking help for gaming disorder? This will increase …

Reaction to NYpost “Digital heroin” “Glow Kids” article

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: http://nypost.com/2016/12/17/kids-turn-violent-as-parents-battle-digital-heroin-addiction/ http://nypost.com/2016/08/27/its-digital-heroin-how-screens-turn-kids-into-psychotic-junkies/?_ga=1.13533175.1336544492.1479212076