Evelyne Josse est psychologue clinicienne diplômée de l’Université Libre de Bruxelles. Elle est maître de conférences associée à l’université de Lorraine (Metz).
Formée à l’hypnothérapie éricksonienne, à l’EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), à la thérapie brève et à l’EFT (Emotionnal Freedom Techniques), elle pratique en tant que psychothérapeute en libéral.
Elle est superviseur de psychothérapeutes, formatrice en psychotraumatologie à l’Institut Français d’EMDR, à l’Université de Lorraine pour le DU en EMDR et psychotraumatologie et à l’Université Libre de Bruxelles pour le certificat interuniversitaire en victimologie et psychotraumatologie.
MIHN is a community of mental health innovators - researchers, practitioners, policy-makers, service user advocates, and donors from around the world - sharing innovative resources and ideas to promote mental health and improve the lives of people with mental, neurological and substance use disorders.
MHIN aims to facilitate the development and uptake of effective mental health interventions by: Enabling learning; Building partnerships; Synthesizing and disseminating knowledge; Leveraging resources
Sangath is a non-governmental, not-for-profit organisation committed to improving health across the life span by empowering existing community resources to provide appropriate physical, psychological and social therapies. Its primary focus areas include child development, adolescent and youth health, and adult health and chronic disease.
Started in 1996 by seven professionals in Goa, Sangath developed a vision to provide professional healthcare services for developmental disabilities and mental health problems. Today, it is one of the largest NGOs in the state, with more than 100 service providers, two centres in Goa, projects across India, collaborations with leading institutions in the world, and international recognition for its path-breaking research and intervention programmes in the community.
Working to enhance mental well-being and improve quality of life in communities.
The Friendship Bench project is an evidence-based intervention developed in Zimbabwe to bridge the mental health treatment gap. Our mission is to enhance mental well-being and improve quality of life through the use of problem solving therapy delivered by trained lay health workers. We focus on people who are suffering from common mental disorders, such as anxiety and depression- kufungisisa.
Psych Central is the Internet’s largest and oldest independent mental health online resource. Since 1995, our award-winning website has been run by mental health professionals offering reliable, trusted information and over 250 support groups to consumers.
NGO “Ukrainian Professional Associationfor the Overcoming of Traumatic Events”, which operates the “Psychological Crisis Service” (“УкраїнськаАсоціаціяфахівцівзподоланнянаслідківпсихотравмуючихподій” operating “ПсихологічнаКризоваСлужба”).
The professional association has set itself the dual goals of 1) training professional and volunteers and 2) delivering care for individuals suffering psychological trauma: refugees, soldiers, their families and also hospital staff and volunteers needing psychological support
The Best practice portal is designed to help you find practical and reliable information on what works (and what doesn’t) in the areas of prevention, treatment, harm reduction and social reintegration. It will help you identify tried and tested interventions quickly, allocate resources to what's effective, and improve interventions applying tools, standards and guidelines.
Guidelines and standards are popular instruments to promote quality and implement evidence-based recommendations. The translation of evidence-based recommendations into practice is the so called “implementation” process. In some cases it is sufficient to adopt the guidelines at service level; in other cases an adaptation to the local context is needed.
Here you can download brochures, posters and leaflets for the prevention of drug use and treatment, care and rehabilitation programmes