Christina Hackett

Job role: 
Research Director
Affiliation: 
Member type: 
Practitioner/Implementer
Researcher
Brief Biography: 

Christina earned her BA (Hons) History of Art from the University of Warwick, her MA Counselling Psychology from Adler School of Professional, and her MSc Health Policy, Planning and Financing from the London School of Economics & London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. She is experienced in developing and implementing mental health services to vulnerable populations including at-risk young people, individuals with chronic mental health issues and Indigenous peoples in both rural and urban settings. She leads a research initiative aimed at advancing mental health program evaluation in circumpolar contexts. 

Regions of interest: 
North America
Country: 
Canada

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Going Off, Growing Strong

A community-led program co-created with youth highly at-risk for suicide based on intergenerational healing through the transmission of Inuit skills
Region: 
North America
Population: 
Children and adolescents
Minority populations
Disorder: 
Child behavioural and developmental disorders
Depression/anxiety/stress-related disorders
Alcohol/drug use disorders
Self-harm/suicide
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[#WHD2017 Blog Series] Inspiring Innovations: Going Off, Growing Strong

As part of our blog series celebrating 2017 World Health Day on depression, the team behind ‘Going Off, Growing Strong’ in Nunatsiavut, Canada discuss the ideas behind their innovation.
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