Missouri Institute of Mental Health

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Community Outreach

Our Principal Investigators are focused on teaching community members how to avoid risky behaviors that may lead to HIV exposure or substance use. Our Mental Health First Aid Teams are training individuals, from first-responders and behavioral health workers to teachers and community members, mental health first aid. To find out more about mental health first aid training, or our prevention and education programming click below.

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Innovative Research

Our scientists work in basic research and brain science focused on traumatic brain injury, neuro-aids, inflammation, substance use, Alzheimer’s, aging, and other brain health problems. Missouri Institute of Mental Health research teams partner with institutions and universities across the US and the globe. If you are interested in finding ways to partner with us, or want to learn more about our past and current projects, follow the link below.

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Professional Training

Our professional training team has expertise in conference planning and execution, multi-media training development, training accreditation, and more. We use a multi-media approach to offer affordable and accessible training programs on a variety of critical, relevant topics. Blending formats allows us to deliver important material to a wide audience. Our goal is to get quality information to the people who need it. Find ways to partner with us at MIMHTraining or by clicking below.

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Program Evaluation

Our evaluation team helps to improve policy, service delivery, and program design with over 50 years of experience partnering with the government, human services, and education sectors. Our teams develop, evaluate, and improve programs and practices, as well as the quality of available data at local, state, and global levels. Ongoing collaborative efforts to improve and address critical public health and community needs are a main focus.

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Recent News

Fashion and the Brain – 2018 Scientist Artist Collaborative

UMSL-Missouri Institute of Mental Health is proud to host transmedial artist, educator and curator Yvonne Osei (yvonneosei.com) for the third year of the MIMH’s Scientist Artist Collaborative (SAC) program. The exhibition represents the culmination of the UMSL-MIMH 2018 Scientist Artist Collaborative. Osei collaborated with scientists, researchers, and clinicians at MIMH …

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Talk by Renowned Neuroscientist – May 1, 2017

21st Century Clinical Neuropsychology: Integration of Cognitive Neuroscience with Neuroimaging with Dr. Erin Bigler, Ph.D. ABCN Open to the public May 1, 2017 3 to 4 PM MIMH/ITE Building Training Room 4633 World Parkway Circle Berkeley, MO 63134 Erin D. Bigler is a professor of psychology and neuroscience at Brigham Young …

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UMSL Daily Interviews MIMH’s Rachel Winograd

Rachel Winograd was in an internet café in Central America when she found out that she got accepted into the University of Missouri–Columbia’s graduate program for clinical psychology. The San Francisco Bay Area native, who studied both psychology and theater at Emory University in Atlanta, was working on a farm …

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Since 1962, MIMH has partnered with governmental agencies, human service organizations, and research teams in an effort to improve lives through the promotion of mental health via research, evaluation, professional training, program development, and community outreach. Contact us for more information about how we can assist you with your next mental health initiative, grant proposal, or professional training event.

The Missouri Institute of Mental health is committed to promoting a diverse culture of respect, equality and inclusion for all. We celebrate and advance diversity by creating a safe community in which all people can share their unique talents, ideas and perspectives.

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