Dr. Agrawal's scholarly interests lie in developing better ways of teaching and delivering person-centered, recovery-oriented services for individuals recovering from significant mental health and addiction issues. He currently holds a funded Education Scholar position at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. He has won a number of medical education grants and awards in the areas of service-user led education, teaching humanistic care and self-reflection.
Sacha Agrawal completed his psychiatry residency and Master’s degree in health research methodology at McMaster University and a fellowship in Public Psychiatry at Yale University. He works as a community psychiatrist at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, where he is a member of an assertive community treatment team and provides intensive case management services for individuals with complex mental illness.