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Juliana Chan Erikson

Juliana Chan Erikson

Juliana is a correspondent covering marriage, family, and sexuality as part of WORLD’s Relations beat. She is a World Journalism Institute graduate and earned a master’s degree from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. Juliana resides in the Washington, D.C., metro area with her husband and three children.

Articles by Juliana Chan Erikson
Shooter in the sanctuary

Shooter in the sanctuary

Lakewood Church shooter had a history of poor mental health

Woman who attacked Joel Osteen’s church struggled with mental illness

Parents and experts say short-term frustrations give way to long-term benefits

The text recommends controversial treatments for patients with mental health issues


The clash intensified in healthcare, schools, churches, and community activities

Highs and lows from reporting on abortion, religious liberty, and from the sexuality, marriage, and family beat

More families turn to supplements to help their kids get to sleep, but experts have concerns

Melatonin use is on the rise in children

The wife of former President Jimmy Carter has died at age 96

The ACLU asks the Supreme Court to weigh in on a lawsuit against Tennessee’s law setting a minimum age limit of 18 for transgender procedures