Juliana H. Chen
M.D., RWJF Clinical Scholar Fellow
Juliana H. Chen, M.D. is a child and adolescent psychiatrist at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and Newton-Wellesley Hospital (NWH), and a clinical instructor at Harvard Medical School. She serves as Associate Director of the MGH Center for Cross-Cultural Student Emotional Wellness (www.mghstudentwellness.org), which supports the mental health needs of students with diverse cultural backgrounds, in particular Asian/Asian American students. She also serves as Co-director of the Parents & Caregivers Program at The Resilience Project, an innovative community-based program supporting the resilience of children and teens. Dr. Chen is a former SAMHSA Minority Fellow and current Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar who along with her teammates is working to decrease suicide risk of Chinese American youth through their project, “Breaking Silences in the Model Minority.” She is executive producer of the short documentary film “Looking for Luke,” which has been screened across the U.S. to reduce mental health stigma within the Asian American community. Dr. Chen facilitates parent skills groups and regularly speaks on the topics of parent-child communication and resilient parenting. She received her M.D. from the Yale School of Medicine. She completed her adult psychiatry residency training at Harvard Longwood, and her child and adolescent psychiatry training at MGH and McLean Hospital.