Grab your badges, breakfast, and complimentary coffee drinks.
Paintings of Pablo Shine, Susie Ximénez and María Elena Ferrer.
Michael A. Iapoce, Esq., Commissioner, Ulster County Department of Social Services.
Joseba Achotegui, MD, PhD (University of Barcelona, Spain) The Ulysses SyndromeMagaly Sánchez, PhD (Princeton University, USA) Venezuelan International Migration: Evidence of a major catastrophe
Anne Roschelle, PhD (SUNY New Paltz, NY) Perilous Journey, Enduring Trauma: Unaccompanied Minors in the Hudson ValleyYu Abe (Meijigakuin University, Japan) Mental Health and Current Situation of Foreign Workers and Foreign Students in JapanYalidy Matos, PhD (Rutgers University, NJ) and Ramona Hernández, PhD (The City College of New York, NY) Social Networks, Community, and Mental Health Among Dominican ImmigrantsLuca Pandolfi, PhD (Pontifical Urbaniana University at Rome) Come Back to MigrateAngélica Ojeda (Iberoamerican University, Mexico) Mental Health: Critical-Route Integrated by 10 Years of Literature About Psychological Wellbeing in Mexicano-LatinoGilberto López (University of Rochester, NY) Migration Stressors and Mental Health in a Mixteco Migrant CommunityLourdes Camarena-Ojinaga and Concepción Martínez Valdés (Autonomous University of Baja California, Mexico) Migratory Experience of Female Indigenous Farmworkers in California’s Central CoastMaría Elena Ferrer-Harrington (Humanamente, NY) Living in the ICE Age: The Effects of Hostile Immigration Policies on America’s Mental Health
Presentation of the International Journal of Migration and Mental Health magazine
Katya Stanislavskaya (SUNY New Paltz) and SUNY New Paltz students
Liliana Osorio (University of California Berkeley, CA) Community Health WorkersIsabel Güitrón (University of Guadalajara, Mexico) Facing RealityGabriela Portas and Karina P. Díaz (NY) Art Bridging Cultures: A Multi-Family Chinese and Latino Art Therapy GroupHamilton Liscano and Alejandro Quintero (Ministerio de Vivienda, Ciudad y Territorio – FONVIVIENDA, Colombia) (Spanish) Círculos Dialógicos Como Técnica de Acompañamiento a Programa de Vivienda de Interés Social en ColombiaLeticia Marín (S.A.L. Onlus, Italy) Differences Between the Maladaptive Schemes of Immigrants in Italy and Their Children Through the MP-MPSQ QuestionnaireCarolina Zanolla Balbuena (Cruz Roja Española, Spain) A Protocol of Psychological and Psychosocial Care for Migrants, Refugees and Forced Displaced PeopleMicol Maggio Tummiolo, Rosella Carnevali, Martino Volpatti, and Giancarlo Santone (Sa.Mi.Fo, Italy) The Sa.Mi.Fo. Center: A Pioneering and Sustainable Model of Multidisciplinary Assistance for RefugeesMarta Guarch Rubio (Complutense University of Madrid, Spain, and University of Limerick, Ireland) Psychosocial Support Program for Sanctuary GroupsRebecca McGuire-Snieckus and Agata Vitale (Bath Spa University, UK) Supporting Community Engagement and Action-based Research on the Wellbeing and Integration of Refugees
Karla Guajardo Ro (Photojournalist, Italy)
Xitlali Sosa and Alejandra Ortega (Agri-Business Child Development, NY) (Spanish) Iniciativa de los Padres EmbajadoresVesna Golic (NY) and Sandra Lloyd (Australia) Refugee Women’s Circles as Pillar of Collective Healing in Refugee CommunitiesGeraldine Calvo (NY) DreamGlobeProject: A Program to Reconsider Identity and Improve Self Efficacy in Children of Immigrant ParentsBela Juliana Henríquez Chacín (Icesi University, Colombia) and Alba Díaz-Cuéllar (National University-San Diego, CA) (Spanish) El Rol de Jardines en Dos Procesos de Migración: Reconfiguración Territorial de Mujeres en el Pacífico Colombiano y Rehabilitación de Migrantes con Síntomas de Estrés Crónico y Múltiple (Síndrome de Ulises) en CaliforniaLucy Roberts (Family Hui, CA) Fostering a Sense of Place and Identity among Afghan Immigrant Mothers with Young ChildrenWendy Brisley, Ed D (VA) and Geraldine Calvo (NY) Culturally Linguistically Diverse Parents and their Role in their Child’s Education and Aiding their Social and Emotional DevelopmentSalvador Altamirano-Segura (Family of Woodstock, NY) The Relevance of Adapting the Services to the Migrant Community to the Existing Socioeconomic and Politic Context in the Community
Cristina Muñiz de la Peña, Ph D (Terra Firma, NYC) Providing “Terra Firma” to Asylum Seeking Children and Families: A Multidisciplinary Approach
Conclusions and presentation of the IX International Congress on Migration and Mental Health in Bath, UK 2020
We will visit the United Nations the day before the conference, October 10, to deliver our Manifesto to the UN Refugee Agency. More info to come!
1 Hawk Drive
New Paltz, NY 12561
Join us for a walk through the Hudson Valley October 12. Designated as a National Heritage Area, the valley is steeped in history, natural beauty, culture and a burgeoning food and farmer’s market scene. More info to come!