Nick Skenderian

www.traumaresourceinstitute.com/

Nick Skenderian is the Director of Program Development at Trauma Resource Institute in Claremont, California. He has a Master's in Global Health (with an emphasis in global mental health) from the University of Copenhagen and he’s have been working with TRI since 2014. Before that, he worked with the WHO (World Health Organisation) in mental health and health policy.

He’s had the fortunate opportunity to see the impact that Community Resiliency Model (CRM) has on individuals and communities all around the world (recently, he and the TRI team were in Belfast to train staff in the Victims and Survivors Services and the Forum for Cities in Transition). The CRM uses the human nervous system as the main portal for healing and in this way, TRI has seen the acceptability of this model across cultures, creeds, age spectrum, etc., and has also seen that it can, in many ways, circumvent the stigma that goes hand-in-hand with mental health.

Nick Skenderian's Articles

The Community Resiliency Model: How Can We Truly Democratise Global Mental Health?
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Nick Skenderian and his team from the Trauma Resource Institute, have developed an innovative, globally applicable model for mental health disorders treatment. Here’s a sneak preview of their Marmalade Festival session on 10th April!

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Don’t miss this opportunity! This training can improve your well-being and ability to help others in your community with #trauma and #stress. Register here: https://www.traumaresourceinstitute.com/trainings/crm-teacher-training-pacific-crm0100-application

It’s #HappinessHappens Month! This month, we invite you to “Chase the Resilience” by bringing your attention to things that help you experience pleasant or neutral sensations. What are things that help you do that? 4

Enjoyed speaking with Elaine Miller-Karas - @TRIresilience founder - on her @VoiceAmerica program @ResiliencyWith1 on navigating mental health in the South Asian diaspora.➡️Link to episode in comments. #mentalhealth #bipolar #southasian #psychology #therapy #healing #recovery

Elaine Miller-Karas recently interviewed Rebecca Rolland, Ed.D about the Art of Talking to Children. In this article, Rolland discusses the strategies that help kids of all ages make sense of their experiences and grow stronger from them. Read more here:
https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-art-talking-children/202207/the-best-way-help-kids-through-challenges

Exciting news! Elaine Miller-Karas is presenting at the Global Impact of Emotional Trauma on September 8! Register today and learn from experts - it’s free! Sign up: http://addressingtrauma.org

How do you build individual and community well-being amid the climate crisis? Register here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd5L9_Qb5qSMVGwXZviraKGYX6x_f71-nqCAt4D8nSo2TNuEg/viewform

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