Jasjeet Kaur is an Adult, Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist.
She completed her Psychiatry training at Brookdale Hospital and Montefiore Hospital in New York. Since then, she has worked for Bronx Children’s Psychiatric Center, US Army at Ft Drum & Ft Bragg, Palo Alto VA medical center. Currently, Jasjeet works for the San Joaquin County Behavioral Health Service in Stockton, CA.
Jasjeet is a frequent guest on Panjabi television and radio talk shows, speaking passionately on children’s and women’s issues. She lives in Mountain House, CA, with her husband and 2-year-old daughter, Ekliv Kaur.
A conversation with Dr. Shimi Kaur Kang to learn how to treat screens like food: consume healthy tech, limit junk tech, and eliminate toxins. Between video games, scrolling on phones, socializing on Zoom, and online learning, children spend far more time on screens than before the pandemic. It has been an unprecedented moment in history where children have spent more time indoors than outdoors. Psychologists are alerting parents and educators that there will be periods of epic withdrawal once schools, activities, and social life return to normal.