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A Clinical Psychologist by background, Dr Isabela Troya completed her degree in her home country of Ecuador. Soon after completing her degree, she moved to London to study a master’s degree in Global Mental Health at King’s College London.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a STORM® Facilitator?
We caught up with Catherine Phillips, STORM® Facilitator and Practice Development Lead for Mental Health in Guernsey to find out more about her Facilitator journey.
As part of STORM®’s Community Engagement Programme – Reaching Out… activities, we made a donation to the NSPA to allow some delegates with lived experience or limited funds to attend their suicide prevention conference – ‘Suicide prevention: from community to clinician’.
Over the last two decades Tamar Crossings have shown their commitment to ensuring the safety of all people using the Tamar Bridge and Torpoint Ferry by developing a range of measures to improve the detection and handling of vulnerable people presenting themselves at the crossings.
There are many benefits of being a small close-knit community, which is in fact essential for survival living in such a remote part of the world as Falkland Islands. When someone is in need of help, the community is there to support them, whether that is on a professional basis with highly skilled services working together to ensure a good outcome, or on a personal level offering practical and emotional support.
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