Webinars (all topics)

Therapy for Refugees and Torture Survivors: New H.E.A.R.T. Model Part 2

Wednesday, 15 May 2019

In this second session of this two-part series, Richard Mollica will facilitate a conversation with Dr. Sebastian Ssempijja, Ph.D. CEO/Clinic Director, Sebastian Family Psychology Practice, LLC, and Laura Morrissette MA, LMHC, a therapist with the Harvard Program in Refugee Trauma (HPRT) who will use case studies to share their insights on using the H.E.A.R.T. model in a clinical setting and how it might compare with using a trauma sensitive meditation instruction approach.


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Staff of all disciplines are

Therapy for Refugees and Torture Survivors: New H.E.A.R.T. Model Part 1

Wednesday, 08 May 2019

Description:

In this first session of our  Measured Impact Webinar (MIW) mini-course, "Therapy for Refugees and Torture Survivors: New H.E.A.R.T. (Healing Environment and Restorative Therapy)" Dr. Richard Mollica of the Harvard Program in Refugee Trauma  introduces the H.E.A.R.T. model of care in working with survivors of torture. Dr. Mollica  describes the H.E.A.R.T. model and how the concepts contained in it may provide a different way of thinking about therapy with survivors of torture.

Boundaries in the Electronic Age

Wednesday, 23 January 2019

Description:

With the cell phone, tablets, home computers, and the internet social services and health care have undergone radical changes in the last two decades. This webinar will examine ethical and professional practice issues related to this evolution in methods of communication.  Use of internet searches on clients, communication via texting, the use of blogs and help sites, friending on social media sites, will be discussed along with things which may require the development of program policies and/or standards.

Staff of all disciplines are encouraged to attend. 

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Orientation for the ORR Services for Survivor of Torture Program (FY19-22)

Thursday, 29 November 2018

Description:  This webinar provides ORR SOT grantees an overview of important aspects of working with ORR.  Included here are an introduction to new grantees, project highlights from several continuing grantees, and an update from the technical assistance grantee, the National Capacity Building Project.  ORR will review the performance progress, federal financial, and ORR data collection and reporting requirements. 

This webinar was facilitated by Tim Kelly
Program Officer, Survivors of Torture Program
Division of Refugee Health
Office of Refugee Resettlement                           

Organizational Sustainability Part 2: A View From 3 Perspectives

Thursday, 13 December 2018

Description:

Nonprofit organizations are being challenged as never before to make efficient use of the financial, community and human resources available to them to more effectively serve their clients and expand their community impact. In this measured impact mini-course we examine organizational sustainability through three essential factors:  financial stability, partnership development, and staff retention.

Organizational Sustainability: A View from 3 Perspectives

Wednesday, 19 September 2018

Description:

Nonprofit organizations are being challenged as never before to make efficient use of the financial, community and human resources available to them to more effectively serve their clients and expand their community impact. In this measured impact mini-course we examine organizational sustainability through three essential factors:  financial stability, partnership development, and staff retention.

Leadership and Resilience Among Survivors of Violence and Torture: eConsultation

Wednesday, 25 July 2018
Description:
Very often both survivors of torture and torture treatment programs may benefit from survivors having a greater voice in the work that torture treatment programs do.  So what does it mean to truly hear the survivor’s voice in providing services to survivors of torture? What are some of the ways that programs can engage survivors?

Our presenters will describe their experiences in creating and developing programs that were started and led by survivors.

Leadership and Resilience Among Survivors of Violence and Torture

Wednesday, 18 July 2018
SPECIAL NOTE: We experienced technical difficulties with the audio during the recording of this webinar. We apologize for any sound quality issues.
 
Description:
 
Very often both survivors of torture and torture treatment programs may benefit from survivors having a greater voice in the work that torture treatment programs do.  So what does it mean to truly hear the survivor’s voice in providing services to survivors of torture? What are some of the ways that programs can engage survivors?

Our presenters will describe their experiences in creating and developing programs that were started

Working With Survivors of Torture - The Mind-Body Connection: eConsultation

Thursday, 24 May 2018

Many clients seen by programs that work with survivors of torture experience chronic pain, anxiety, and other symptoms long after their traumatic experience. This two-part mini-course will focus on the role of the mind-body connection in the treatment of survivors of torture in both individual and group settings.  In the first session our presenters will provide an outline of concepts and approaches regarding the clinical application of meditation, physical therapy, and yoga with survivors of torturefollowed by a thirty minute question and answer period.

Working With Survivors of Torture - The Mind-Body Connection

Wednesday, 16 May 2018

Description

Many clients seen by programs that work with survivors of torture experience chronic pain, anxiety, and other symptoms long after their traumatic experience. This two-part mini-course will focus on the role of the mind-body connection in the treatment of survivors of torture in both individual and group settings.  In the first session our presenters will provide an outline of concepts and approaches regarding the clinical application of meditation, physical therapy, and yoga with survivors of torturefollowed by a thirty minute question and answer period.

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