This report describes an assessment of the impact of a psychosocial intervention on the emotional and behavioral health and functioning of Iraqi families currently displaced in and around Amman, Jordan.
Our global mental health team continues to develop a broad array of collaborations, including; community stakeholders, policy makers, academics, nongovernmental organizations and more. We encourage interested parties to contact us for more information.
We pride ourselves on our dedication to creating and sustaining collaborative networks with our partners. These working relationships have allowed us to work together to build capacity in applied mental health services research that can be utilized by program and research staff from diverse backgrounds. Through our partnerships, we strive to improve and integrate the use of evidence-based global mental health practice into existing service frameworks. Our goal is to work with local partners and leaders in the field to expand mental health resources in low-income settings, improve programmatic sustainability, and provide training and technical assistance for validated measures and tools.
We currently have collaborative projects in fifteen countries, and our dynamic relationships with in-country partners allow us to effectively translate our results into programs and policies.
See a list of pertinent resources for potential collaborators:
- Current partnerships and funders
- Core faculty and their research areas
- Mental health interventions we have trained and evaluated
- Our approach to capacity building for designing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating programs (DIME)
- Brief descriptions of our current projects
For questions and more information on possible collaborations, please email us.