In collaboration with Alyson Meister and Daryl Tol, Dr. Pike advises business leaders to consider three factors: impairment, severity, and duration, individually and together, to decide what to do and when to intervene when worried about employee mental health. To read the full article posted on I by IMD (Institute
Dr. Kathleen M. Pike has been named the recipient of the 2021 American Psychological Association (APA) Award for Distinguished Contributions to the International Advancement of Psychology. Over a nearly 40-year career, Dr. Pike has worked tirelessly to advance research, build capacity, and influence policy to improve mental health worldwide. Dr.
Fragile Systems Within a Fragile Geopolitical Context: Exploring School Performance and Health in Lebanon
Educational systems often provide both academic preparation and access to health and social services. Particularly in fragile settings with political instability and large migrant communities, it is increasingly urgent for researchers to engage with local communities and examine the roles that school systems play in impacting mental and physical health.
In a recent article on ever-evolving policies on wearing masks, Kathy’s Five on Friday was referenced and quoted, as wearing a mask can be “like talking on your phone in a zone with weak cell service.” Read the article in The New York Times here, and Kathy’s original Five on
Presenting for the NYU School of Global Public Health’s Global Mental Health and Stigma Program, Dr. Pike recently highlighted the current scientific knowledge base regarding what puts individuals at risk, trends in the rate of eating disorders around the globe, and treatment outcome in terms of recovery and relapse prevention.
Serving as Scientific Advisor to Maybelline’s Brave Together Campaign, Kathy was interviewed by ELLE Magazine regarding the mental health implications of COVID-19. Kathy highlighted the stress and mental health risks associated with the pandemic and also spoke about post-traumatic growth and opportunities for strengthening one’s mental health and personal renewal that
Celebrating the power of the arts to increase mental health awareness, Kathy is pictured here with Janet Montag, Chair, and artists from Love is EleMental on February 24, 2020. The recording of Love is EleMental can be viewed here.
The Columbia-WHO Center for Global Mental Health manages numerous advocacy, research, and training initiatives in global mental health. As Director of the Center, Dr. Pike works closely with the World Health Organization. Pictured here with Dr. Shekhar Saxena, then-Director of WHO’s Department of Mental Health and Substance Use, Dr. Geoffrey
The Columbia Global Mental Health Programs is proud to have hosted filmmaker Sandra Luckow as Artist in Residence. Dr. Pike served as Scientific Advisor for her film, That Way Madness Lies, which tells the story of her brother Duanne’s life with serious mental illness. Told in part through video recordings
The connection between exercise and mental health is well documented. For years, Dr. Pike has captained the Columbia-WHO Center for Global Mental Health cycling team with participants from the Young Professionals Board. The annual, 40-mile Five Boro Bike Tour takes riders through the streets of Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn and Staten
As the COVID-19 pandemic emerged, Dr. Pike became a leader in addressing its impact on mental health in the workplace. Here, she discusses the topic with The National Institute for Health Care Management. Dr. Pike shares some common COVID-19 stressors, discusses the need for leaders to play a key role
Dr. Pike has teamed often with Patrick J. Kennedy to elevate the issue of mental health. Here, in The Guardian, they write persuasively about the urgent need for action by the United Nations. They make the point that more than 450 million people around the world are struggling with mental