Millions of children around the world with diagnosable mental health disorders never receive the care and treatment they need, sometimes with devastating consequences for their ability to lead productive lives. Dr. Anne Glowinski, M.D., M.P.E., spoke at the NYU Child Study Center's Grand Rounds on Sept. 30, 2011. Her talk was entitled "Global Perspectives on Child Mental Health." You can see the video of her full presentation above.
Below, in a short interview excerpt, Dr. Glowinski talks about the most pervasive obstacles to children getting the mental health care they need.
Dr. Glowinski is director of child and adolescent psychiatry education and training and associate professor at Washington University School of Medicine. You can see more of the interview with her and other videos from the NYU Child Study Center's expert clinicians and Grand Rounds speakers at the NYU CSC YouTube channel.