News and Updates

CTSI Newsletter is out!

After a long break, we are excited to share the third issue of the CTSI newsletter. The theme of this newsletter is ‘Awareness and Healing’. Here, we’ve highlighted the Centre’s endeavours in terms of research, training and social action over the last year. We make sure that we make each newsletter engaging for the readers, so we’ve shared some fun activities and mindfulness exercises to increase your knowledge and awareness of trauma. Any announcements related to the Centre will also be included. To stay updated, subscribe to our newsletters or follow us on social media! Click Here

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BALM Prospectus 2022-2023

Time for a new year and new courses! We are refocussing on knowledge and good practice in Mental Health and will be offering short courses to improve understanding and awareness of the challenges faced by mental health services in low-middle income countries. As well as continuing our work to build capacity and skills in the mental health sector to meet the needs of disadvantaged and vulnerable populations. For more information please download our prospectus.

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Our Newsletter is out for 2022 Q1!

We are excited to announce the very first issue of newsletter for BALM Jan-March 2022. Each quarterly newsletter will highlight the events, workshops and courses that BALM has undertaken in the quarter. We will also give out details of up-and-coming events in the next quarter, so you know what to expect and what calendar dates to book for events, training and projects. This year we present a number of short courses which are only going to grow through the year.  The aim of these courses, apart from skill building to bridge the care gap, is to create value frameworks that will…

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