Mental and behavioral health needs are complex, and effective prevention and treatment approaches require innovative solutions. Our internationally-recognized faculty are at the forefront of research efforts to support prevention and treatment with consideration of individual, family, and systems-level change. Here are some of the many ways we can help connect you to mental health research resources:
- Graduate students and faculty mentors can help community organizations identify research questions, create a data collection strategy, and analyze results. Results can help community organizations improve their outcomes and inform policy.
- Our team can help point community partners to the most up-to-date research related to their field of expertise (e.g., want to know about the best ways to support survivors of domestic abuse? We’ll connect you with a national expert on the topic who can help ensure you understand the science behind the issue).
Dr. Kim Gorgens
Dr. Anne DePrince
Dr. Jesse Owen
Dr. Galena Rhoades
Professor Kate Ross and GSSW Director of Community Engagement Trish Becker-Hafnor
GSSW Clinical Associate Professor Kate Ross and GSSW Director of Community Engagement Trish Becker-Hafnor collaborated to add an intentional and intensive community-engaged approach to the class Wellness Promotion Across the LifeSpan. Learn more about the concept of timebanking and 2040 Partners for Health.