Program Overview

The Refugee Mental Health ECHO is a six (6) part virtual series designed to support and educate mental health practitioners in providing services to refugees. This series was jointly delivered by Catholic Social Services and UAA Center for Human Development Project ECHO.

Each 90 minute session begins with a short cultural humility exercise, followed by a didactic presentation and Q&A, and concludes with a case presentation designed to explore cultural and clinical considerations necessary for developing a strong therapeutic alliance.

Find the video recordings for the 2024 ECHO series here.