International Research Projects
This study examines the effectiveness of the Families, Schools and Community Together (FASCET) program.
This research seeks to evaluate the effectiveness and sustainability of implementing a wellness program to high-risk populations who have experienced significant manmade and/or environmental traumas.
This an ongoing local capacity building program that started in 2015 in Waterloo Hospital, Sierra Leone as Ebola was beginning to recede. Hospital staff and local community members were severely impacted by the aftermath of a prior Civil War followed by Ebola.
The aim of this research is to examine the influence of cultural beliefs about psychological care and psychological processes (outcome expectations and emotions) as determinants of mental health care utilization.
A mindfulness intervention informed by a similar, previous study in Chhattisgarh, India looking to carry from a rural setting to the urban area of Mumbai.
This study examines the implementation of the Community Resilience Model (CRM) as a lose dose intervention to reduce stress and increase resilience in low-resource healthcare settings.
This collaborative research program explores various aspects of behavioral health and illness across a span of countries from Central Asia, namely Afghanistan, along the ancient Silk Road.