Culture

Culture and Wellbeing

We are keen to undertake international research, using the latest online tools and techniques available to inform the above knowledge exchange.

Socio-economic issues and culture have an impact on our mental health and mental wellbeing. As countries become increasingly multicultural, it is even more important to share knowledge, experiences and different approaches used across the world to improve health and wellbeing.

We are keen to undertake international research, using the latest online tools and techniques available to inform the above knowledge exchange.

Careif also runs seminars, workshops and conferences. Some of these are in partnership with other bodies in order to explore how cultures are changing in the face of globalisation, and the impact of this on people’s mental health wellbeing. These events are designed to cover local, regional, national and international issues and topics.

World Association of Cultural Psychiatry 4th World Congress was held in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico in October, 2015. The congress approved this position statement about the crisis that migration represents around the world .

The WACP is most grateful to Albert Persaud, Co-Founder & Director of The Centre for Applied Research and Evaluation International Foundation (Careif) for preparation and presentation of this position statement. We acknowledge his tremendous insight and reasoning on an issue with serious global challenges.

 

Position Statements

CAREIF Global PS Stigma
CAREIF Global PS Careif calls for compassion for young Americans held in Iran.
CAREIF WPA Global Position Statement EUROPE Migrant Crisis.
CAREIF Global PS Culturally Adapted Interventions in Mental Health. Series 1
WACP Position Statement on the Migrant Crisis around the World 2015
CAREIF WACP Global Position Statement- EUROPE Migrant Crisis
CAREIF Global PS Mental Health Human Rights and Human Dignity
WACP Position Statement on the Migrant Crisis around the World 2015 (1)
CAREIF Global Position Statement Religion and Spirituality in Mental Health Care
CAREIF Global Position Statement Stigma Mental Illness Diversity PDF