Miraj U. Desai, PhD is an Instructor at the Program for Recovery and Community Health of the Yale University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry. At Yale, he is also a Resident Fellow of Pierson College, Affiliated Faculty in the Climate Change and Health Initiative (Yale School of Public Health), and a Member of the South Asian Studies Council. His research currently focuses on cultural, community, and social justice perspectives on mental health. His new book, Travel and Movement in Clinical Psychology: The World Outside the Clinic (with Foreword by Jeffrey Sachs) examines the relationship between mental health and social problems (e.g., racism, poverty, and climate change). Desai recently received the prestigious Yale Center for Clinical Investigation Scholar Award (NIH KL2) to conduct participatory research on depression and social determinants in partnership with local communities of color. He was previously awarded a NIMH Supplement for Minority Health and Mental Health Disparities Research for a study on culture and person-centered care among Latinx and Asian populations. Desai is a recipient of the Melba J. T. Vasquez Early Career Award for Distinguished Contributions in Research, from the American Psychological Association Minority Fellowship Program, and the Sidney Jourard Award, from the Society for Humanistic Psychology. He is also a Minority Fellow of the American Psychological Association and a Charter Member of APA Div 32’s Task Force for Indigenous Psychology.