Dr. Anjam Bahl

Dr. Anjam Bahl is a double board certified Adult and Child Psychiatrist with extensive clinical experience with foster youth in various roles and specialty training with foster youth in residential settings. After receiving her medical degree at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, she completed her Adult psychiatry residency at Stanford Hospital and Clinics, and subsequently completed a Child and Adolescent Fellowship at University of California, San Francisco. Anjam has extensive experience with advocacy and systems leadership and held various leadership roles in several committees over the past 15 years with a focus on violence prevention and trauma informed care. She has served as the Co-Chair of the Downstate Coalition for Crime Victims, expanding the NY state Attorney General’s legislative priorities to include child abuse legislation (2005-2011, Co-Chair 2008-2009), served as a member of the Stanford Hospital Child Abuse and Neglect Committee (2012-2014), and served Executive Council position for Cal-AACAP (2014-2016), the statewide umbrella organization for Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists with a focus public policy and legislation relating to the mental health of California’s children, adolescents and families. Currently, she continues to focus her work on providing care for the underserved, through the Alafia mental health institute, which specializes in foster youth, in addition to providing care at the Maple Counseling Center.

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