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April 11, 2013 by Judith Pentz, MD

A Journey to Cuba: Medical/Mental Health Educational Exchange in Cuba, February 2013

Back in 2011, I met with a group of mental health providers from diverse backgrounds who converged in Phoenix for a retreat to share ideas and vision of integrative mental health. From that shared time, the International Network of Integrative Mental Health (INIMH) was born.One of our mandates was to connect with other countries regarding the shared wealth of knowledge about integrative mental health. James Lake MD, our current president of INIMH, had reconnected with a long-lost cousin in Cuba about 2 years before. They worked hard to pull the opportunity together.

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January 10, 2013 by Fran Silvestri, MBA

Exciting International Leadership Exchange Opportunity in Aukland This March

2013 Theme: Service Innovation Across The Lifespan: What Does It Take To Make An Impact?

International Initiative for Mental Health Leadership (IIMHL) is holding its ninth Leadership Exchange the week of March 4, 2013. This is not a conference but an opportunity for a small number of about 300 Mental Health and Disability leaders to meet and learn from their colleagues. You can browse the full agenda on our website. It’s not too late to join this year’s cohort.

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