Dr. Mote does an assortment of freelance writing and interviews related to academia, mental health, psychology, and pretty much whatever else she feels like. Here’s a sampling.
Vigilance as an Asian American During the Pandemic. BIPOC Scholar Guest Post for The Professor Is In. April 19, 2021.
A Year of Transitions: Dealing with Liminal Spaces in Academia. Winter 2021 Early Career Perspective, Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology Newsletter (Volume 25, Issue 1).
Supporting young people at risk for psychosis through telehealth. Jasmine Mote, Christopher Ceccolini, James Green, & Michelle Friedman-Yakoobian, Center for Early Detection Assessment and Response to Risk Clinical Brief as part of the Mental Health Technology Transfer Center Network. September, 2020.
Bipolar disorder and the balancing act of emotions. Emotions News. August 21, 2015.
The way we talk about (and try to understand) suicide. Emotion News. August 20, 2014.
A blueprint for thoughtful clinical research. Jasmine Mote, Timothy R. Campellone, Amy H. Sanchez, Janelle M. Caponigro, & Ann M. Kring, APS Observer. October 31, 2014.
As research grows on primary care and serious mental illness, a glaring gap remains. Dr. Mote is interviewed and quoted by Theresa Gaffney in STAT. April 1, 2022.
At the Crossroads of Racism and Serious Mental Illness: An Expert Roundtable. Dr. Mote participates in a roundtable discussion on racism and mental health, Psychiatry Advisor. August 26, 2020.