Astrid Landon is a reporter and audio editor/producer based in Paris, France. She writes about the mental health system in the U.S. and France. She also covers healthcare and occasionally dives into social issues. Her work has appeared in national media outlets such as The Guardian, Libération, Challenges, Le Monde, AreWeEurope and beyond. The Pulitzer Center supported her story on the use of electroconvulsive therapy on children with autism. Her previous employers include Radio France, the leading French radio broadcaster, and France Televisions, the main audiovisual group in France with a daily reach of 32 million people. Astrid holds a dual MS degree in journalism from Columbia Journalism School and Sciences Po School of Journalism.