This webinar was presented by Suzan Song, MD, MPH, PhD; Director, Child/Adolescent & Family Psychiatry, George Washington University; Humanitarian protection adviser.
This webinar shares the findings of an original literature review on the topic of refugee access to mental health services, highlighting practical takeaways for service providers. An accompanying information guide can be found here.
After attending this 60-minute webinar, you will be able to:
- Summarize what the research says about barriers and enablers to refugees, asylees, and other humanitarian immigrants engaging with mental health care;
- Name effective practices to support refugees in engaging with mental health care; and
- Describe how to identify barriers and enablers that exist in your community or agency as you work to creatively engage refugees in mental health care.
Suzan Song MD, MPH, Ph.D., Director, Division of Child/Adolescent & Family Psychiatry and Associate Professor, George Washington University Medical Center