Our Work in Haiti: How Do You Connect?

Lee-Ann GallaranoHaiti, Trauma0 Comments

By Lee-Ann Gallarano

Our work in Haiti starts with our faculty sharing expertise in mind-body medicine with Haitian health professionals and educators in a series of professional trainings. The techniques they learn are healing for them, their families and their communities.

  • National Team Leader, Regine Laroche, focuses on helping traumatized individuals rebuild themselves from the inside and regain a sense of hope.
  • Haiti Country Director Linda Métayer, MPH, focuses on bringing self-care programs to communities lacking mental health services.
  • CMBM creates structure, context, and clinical supervision for these programs to reach a national level.

How do you connect?

Our wonderful donors provide the support that starts this movement with the individual and spreads out to a country-wide level. Please consider giving now to help provide the healing the Haitian people need.

Your support means the world!

About the Author

Lee-Ann Gallarano

Lee-Ann is a world wanderer, fearless food taster, returned Peace Corps Volunteer, and manager of the Global Trauma Relief Programs for CMBM.

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