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Culturally-Informed Strategies working with Diverse Patients with Mental Illness

It can be challenging to differentiate what is pathology and what is culture. In this talk clinical recommendations will be presented on how to

Promoting Person-Centered Planning within New England Through Learning Collaborative Supports: From Theory to Practice

The Person-Centered Recovery Planning (PCRP) Learning Collaborative ran from December 2019 until April of 2021, with five behavioral health

Rethinking Positivity: How to Increase Positive Affect When Positive Thinking is Too Challenging

September 8, 2021 This event explored a novel approach to positive psychology, rooted in an acceptance based framework. Presenters described the

Creating Time and Space for Trauma Recovery and Wellness - August

The purpose of the sessions is to support tribal health care providers, and non-tribal health care providers who serve tribal people, in today’s

Tending to Anti-Asian Racialized Trauma Through Decolonial, Collective Healing

The materials and recordings attached to this webinar were originally aired on July 29, 2021. As anti-Asian violence continues on over a year

Decolonizing Self Care Practices for the Hispanic/Latinx Community

The materials and recordings attached to this webinar were originally aired on July 29, 2021. Decolonizing Self Care Practices for the Hispanic

Native Spirituality: Creating Time and Space for Trauma Recovery and Wellness

Native people define spirituality as central to their culture and traditions. Spirituality, culture, and healing ceremonies not only reinforce

Organizational Restructure to Promote BIPOC Employees’ Well-Being

Healthcare workers with all levels of education and training provide essential care and support to our New England population. Throughout the

Family Psychoeducation for Caregiving Relatives of Individuals with First-Episode Psychosis: An Introduction

Family psychoeducation is an evidence-based treatment for individuals with psychotic disorders. In this introductory presentation, we will