Providing Mental Healthcare through Faith-based Entities in Africa: A Systematic Review


March 6, 2024

By Dr. Nadine Nanji and Dr. Jill Olivier of the University of Cape Town This article, published in the Christian Journal for Global Health, shares the results of a review of evidence on faith-based health providers of mental health services in Africa looking at types, magnitude, and quality,...

by Kathy Erb

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Headington Institute Resources for Staff in High Stress Situations


November 1, 2023

Headington Institute provides psychological oversight and care for Hostile Environment Awareness Training (H.E.A.T.) participants working in high-stress environments. Their active-support model follows the principles of high-fidelity stress exposure training and and teaches preparedness and skills to operate in high-intensity situations. They offer a custom set of tools and...

by Kathy Erb

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Policy Brief on Strengthening faith-sensitive mental health and psychosocial support for children on the move


October 28, 2023

This Policy Brief represents the reflections of more than 120 practitioners, policy-makers, academics and faith representatives engaged in work with displaced and migrating children from Syria, Ukraine and Latin America. In a series of consultations, this body identified three barriers hindering access of children on the move to...

by Kathy Erb

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When Your Whole World Changes


March 6, 2023

This book produced by Biblica explores some common thoughts and feelings people have in difficult moments. It is especially helpful after disasters and emergencies. There are also some passages to read from the Bible that help with the difficult work of grieving and healing. Parts of the Bible...

by Kathy Erb

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