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Biomedical Informatics Entrepreneurs Salon: Simon MacGibbon, Myia Health

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October 13
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
Add to Calendar October 13 1:00 pm October 13 3:00 pm America/New_York Biomedical Informatics Entrepreneurs Salon: Simon MacGibbon, Myia Health

The Best Practices training provides an overview of the Mental Health Psychosocial Support framework: an internationally recognized humanitarian approach to supporting the wellbeing, coping, and recovery of migrant and refugee children and families. This is a strength-based, trauma-informed approach based upon global approaches and principles to humanitarian assistance, including the ‘Do No Harm’ principle. Participants will learn about asylum and refugee processes, mental health considerations in the context of migration, supportive communication, and how to provide care and services that encourage resiliency and recovery.

We are sorry, but due to the proprietary nature of the material presented, we don’t record our trainings.

Sarah Reed & Julie Krause: MHPSS Consultants; UNICEF

UNICEF currently works in over 130 countries around the world under a mandate by the United Nations to advocate for the protection of children’s rights, to help meet their basic needs, and to expand their opportunities to reach their full potential. Trainers Sarah Reed and Julie Krause work as consultants for UNICEF. Both have extensive education and experience in working with trauma and mental health, as well as working directly with diverse populations.

This training will take place from 11:00AM-1:00PM – Mountain Standard Time (Phoenix)

The Zoom Link for the training will be in the confirmation email you receive once you register.

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The Best Practices training provides an overview of the Mental Health Psychosocial Support framework: an internationally recognized humanitarian approach to supporting the wellbeing, coping, and recovery of migrant and refugee children and families. This is a strength-based, trauma-informed approach based upon global approaches and principles to humanitarian assistance, including the ‘Do No Harm’ principle. Participants will learn about asylum and refugee processes, mental health considerations in the context of migration, supportive communication, and how to provide care and services that encourage resiliency and recovery.

We are sorry, but due to the proprietary nature of the material presented, we don’t record our trainings.

Sarah Reed & Julie Krause: MHPSS Consultants; UNICEF

UNICEF currently works in over 130 countries around the world under a mandate by the United Nations to advocate for the protection of children’s rights, to help meet their basic needs, and to expand their opportunities to reach their full potential. Trainers Sarah Reed and Julie Krause work as consultants for UNICEF. Both have extensive education and experience in working with trauma and mental health, as well as working directly with diverse populations.

This training will take place from 11:00AM-1:00PM – Mountain Standard Time (Phoenix)

The Zoom Link for the training will be in the confirmation email you receive once you register.