Building on Family and Community Strengths: New Implementation Approaches for Global Child Mental Health

Date(s) - Friday, March 13th, 2020
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Please join us for another T32 seminar on Global Mental Health & Implementation Science: Interventions that Make a Difference
Friday March 13th 12-1 pm
Building on Family and Community Strengths: 
New Implementation Approaches for Global Child Mental Health

Eve Puffer, PhD
Assistant Professor in Psychology and Neuroscience and Global Health Duke University
Dr. Puffer is a clinical psychologist who studies family- and community-based interventions to address child and adolescent mental health needs in low-resource settings. Her research includes evaluations of family strengthening and therapy interventions, parenting programs, and community-based mental health and HIV prevention efforts in religious congregations. Dr. Puffer brings an implementation science lens to global child mental health-examining how evidence-informed practices can be scalable and sustainable.
Dr. Puffer will present on the roles of families and communities in global child mental health, presenting findings and lessons learned from her research on a family therapy intervention in Kenya.
Boardroom of NYSPI, Pardes building 6th floor room 6601
(1051 Riverside Drive NY 10032)
March 13 Friday 12-1 pm