Finding Our Voice

Finding Our Voice is an anthology podcast that aligns with the American Psychiatric Association Presidential theme. It brings the viewpoints and opinions of the next generation of psychiatrists—including residents, fellows, and early career psychiatrists—to the forefront
Finding Our Voice is an anthology podcast that aligns with the American Psychiatric Association Presidential theme. It brings the viewpoints and opinions of the next generation of psychiatrists—including residents, fellows, and early career psychiatrists—to the forefront. Episodes focus on systemic racism, behavioral addictions, and the social determinants of Mental Health. Listen as our host, Dr. Sanya Virani, leads discussions with guests who offer fresh perspectives on difficult issues by sharing their own stories and those of their patients. We hope you come away from each episode with new insights or a change of perspective. “Finding Our Voice” is a production of American Psychiatric Association Publishing and Psychiatric News. About our host: Sanya Virani, M.D., M.P.H., is APA’s resident-fellow trustee, a PGY-6 forensic psychiatry fellow at Brown University’s Alpert School of Medicine, and a Laughlin Fellow of the American College of Psychiatrists. She served as the Chief Resident of Education and Research at Maimonides Medical Center, NY and the American Psychiatric Association's (APA's) Assembly Area 2 (New York state) and Brooklyn Psychiatric Society Resident-Fellow Member (RFM) Representative (2019-2020). She is now the RFM Trustee-Elect on the APA's Board of Trustees