Assess

Local Mental Health Worker draw evidence-based exercises from the Digital Apothecary to the right to design & build their own interventions, courses, and programs using the Platform’s tools. These exercises fit into the Attachment Theory Framework shown below . This framework is designed by combining Interpersonal-neurobiology principles with Cognitive Behavior techniques.

Design & Build

Local Mental Health Worker draw evidence-based exercises from the Digital Apothecary to the right to design & build their own interventions, courses, and programs using the Platform’s tools. These exercises fit into the Attachment Theory Framework shown below . This framework is designed by combining Interpersonal-neurobiology principles with Cognitive Behavior techniques.

Deploy

Local Mental Health Worker draw evidence-based exercises from the Digital Apothecary to the right to design & build their own interventions, courses, and programs using the Platform’s tools. These exercises fit into the Attachment Theory Framework shown below . This framework is designed by combining Interpersonal-neurobiology principles with Cognitive Behavior techniques.

Evaluate & Refine

Local Mental Health Worker draw evidence-based exercises from the Digital Apothecary to the right to design & build their own interventions, courses, and programs using the Platform’s tools. These exercises fit into the Attachment Theory Framework shown below . This framework is designed by combining Interpersonal-neurobiology principles with Cognitive Behavior techniques.

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A Digital Apothecary

The catalogue consists of :

  1. 90 evidenced-based exercises split into
  2. 7 types of modules covering
  3. 10 CBT topics which could create
  4. 4000+ different interventions

That the local Community, in its language, can adapt for its culture and context.

The ARC platform Resources
  1. Links to examples of how to perform a program evaluations
  2. Videos that discuss the socio-cultural barriers communities face and how to address them
  3. Links to global mental health programs and their evaluation approach
  4. Links to the World Health Organization’s Mental Health Action Plan which includes program evaluations
A Digital Apothecary

The catalogue consists of :

  1. 90 evidenced-based exercises split into
  2. 7 types of modules covering
  3. 10 CBT topics which could create
  4. 4000+ different interventions

That the local Community, in its language, can adapt for its culture and context.

The ARC platform Resources
  1. Links to examples of how to perform a program evaluations
  2. Videos that discuss the socio-cultural barriers communities face and how to address them
  3. Links to global mental health programs and their evaluation approach
  4. Links to the World Health Organization’s Mental Health Action Plan which includes program evaluations
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This step begins with the group listening to a guided process called the Wheel of Awareness, developed by Dr. Daniel Siegel. This is an exercise where the person intentionally learns to differentiates sources of information which their minds & bodies are recognizing & attempting to regulate.

Next the process builds on the previous exercise by using a bridging step called the “Three I Ams”. Participants are encouraged to see what information their bodies & thoughts are revealing at the present moment. They then form three “I am…” statements that are later shared aloud with the group.

Lastly, the group listens to a series of learning tasks that help to identify cognitive distortion that disrupts a person’s capacity to regulate their thoughts & emotions. Cognitive Behavioral techniques are introduced to effectively manage cognitive distortion when it arises.

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