We share some examples of the GMH-related presentations we have done over the past ten years in graduate schools, conferences, and special events. More presentations are listed in the Global Integration section (GI Seminars)

–GMH and WHO: Reflections and Resources for Colleagues Across Sectors. Harvard Program in Refugee Trauma (20 April 2021) Kelly and Michele O’Donnell, power point (TBA)

–Wellbeing for All: Global Mental Health–Developments and Directions
Kelly’s presentation 7 October 2020, Argentina Mental Health Association Conference

–Working Globally Across Sectors: Reflections and Resources for Global Mental Health. Regent University, School of Psychology and Counseling (11 July 2020). Kelly and Michele O’Donnell

Humanitarian Stress and Trauma, Payap University, Thailand (7 February 2020). Kelly O’Donnell

Wellbeing and Global Mental Health, Payap University and Cornerstone Counseling Foundation, Thailand (6, 7 February 2020). Kelly O’Donnell

The Trauma Pandemic: A Global Lens for Global Action and Partnering as Faith-Based People and Organizations. Michele and Kelly O’Donnell, presentations and handout, International Trauma Collaborative, USA (6 April 2019)

Wellbeing for All: Global Mental Health and the Church-Mission Community (29 November 2019) , Michele and Kelly O’Donnell, GMH and Trauma Network, Lausanne Movement. Watch the webinar HERE

Health for Peace: Contributions from Peace Psychology. Geneva Peace Week 2018: Building Peace in a Turbulent World. Kelly O’Donnell, Video 7 November 2018, UN Geneva

Global Integration and Global Integrity: Applications for Mental Health Professionals Graduate School of Clinical Psychology, George Fox University (presentation 23 March 2017

Sustainable Global Mental Health Development, power point presentation, World Mental Health Day Event, 5 October 2016, Ecumenical Centre, Geneva

GMH: Tracking and Trekking Across Sectors; power point by Kelly and Michele O’Donnell, William James College, Center for Multicultural and Global Mental Health, USA, (inaugural conference, 26 June 2015)

GMH: Staying Updated-Crossing Sectors, Spring Conversation Series, O’Neill Institute, Georgetown University. 6 May 2014; handouts

GMH and NGOs: Working Together Well! Short version of power point-plenary session, Kelly O’Donnell, HimalPartner GMH Seminar, Oslo, 7 March 2014

GMH: A Resource Map for Connecting and Contributing Keynote/power point presentation at the Nordic WHO Simulation Conference, Copenhagen, 7 August 2013–a GMH overview including six short video links; click here for the handouts

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GMH Net-Hubs
Click HERE to see the one-page concept note for developing GMH Net-Hubs

Keep in the forefront the opportunities for “selfless moral struggle” in partnering with others (Patel et al. 2011, p. 90) and the “duty and choice to risk one’s owns rights and well-being” on behalf of fellow humans (O’Donnell, 2011, p. 187). Develop your personal character and professional competence as a responsible global citizen. Form a global caravan for your GMH journey in the service of humanity. (Adapted from GMH: A Resource Primer for Exploring the Domain2012)