Juliana Chen, MD
Staff Psychiatrist, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, and Associate Director, Center for Cross Cultural Student Emotional Wellness, Massachusetts General Hospital; Part-time Instructor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School; Co-director, The Resilience Project Parents Program. Newton-Wellesley Hospital
Juliana H. Chen, MD is a child and adolescent psychiatrist at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and Newton-Wellesley Hospital (NWH), and an instructor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. She is Co-director of The Resilience Project’s Parent Program based out of NWH, and Associate Director of the MGH Center for Cross-Cultural Student Emotional Wellness. She also has a private practice in Cambridge, MA. As part of her work with The Resilience Project, Dr. Chen co-facilitates parent workshops on the topics of communication, positive connection, and raising resilient kids and teens. She has been actively involved with training and education, including teaching residents and Harvard Medical students, and she regularly provides professional consultation to families and schools. Her clinical interests include working with Asian/Asian-American students and families, as well as parent guidance and family-based interventions to address mental health issues, and to help promote overall wellness in children. In collaboration with The Clay Center for Young Healthy Minds at MGH, Dr. Chen co-executive produced the short documentary film, “Looking for Luke,” in hopes of reducing stigma and educating Asian American families about mental health issues. Dr. Chen received her BA from the University of Rochester, and her MD from Yale University. She completed her adult psychiatry residency training at Harvard Longwood, and her child and adolescent psychiatry training at MGH and McLean Hospital.