Dr. Alfiee built a mental health disparities research enterprise over 20 years in academic medicine at institutions like Duke and Georgetown Medical Centers. Invite her innovative, evidence-based insights to enhance your organization.Learn More
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Dr. Alfiee and her team build upon a stellar record of achievement and exceptional knowledge about mental illness and mental health for all people. Following are descriptions of some of her recent work.Learn More
Radio Hall of Fame inductee and best-selling author Charlamagne Tha God—one of the most distinctive voices in modern culture—partnered with author James Altucher, Dr. Alfiee, and 12 other Black experts and thoughts leaders in their fields to move the painfully stubborn needle on race relations in America. Introducing We’ve Got Answers, an Audibles Original and Charlamagne’s self-described "safe space for unsafe questions," where America’s most basic, sincere, and yes, at times, ignorant questions about Black America get unequivocally answered. We've Got Answers, features today’s Nina Turner, Tezlyn Figaro, Bishop William Barber II, Eboni K. Williams, Corey Minor Smith, Dr. Claud Anderson, Tamika D. Mallory, Jamila T. Davis, Nuri Muhammad, Eric Adams, Erika Alexander, David Banner, and of course, Dr. Alfiee.
Dr. Alfiee spoke with Anne Branigin of The Lily the day after Meghan Markle's heartbreaking interview with Oprah Winfrey.
“Wishing you lots of love, lots of light and hoping it is always informed by good, culturally relevant science.”
We meet the creators and innovators behind the notOK App, Charlie and Hannah Lucas. These two teens have left their mark on mental health communities and continue to do so on their mission to build strong support systems for those in need of it!
Dr. Alfiee spoke with Elizabeth Gulino of Refinery29 on anniversary of the U.S. shutdowns in connection the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Oz moderated this event featuring Dr. Alfiee and Dr. Judith Joseph on the topic of Black Mental Health: From Surviving to Thriving.