Webinar: Imagining Inclusion Research Project

Open to the Public
Open Door Group

Watch the achived webinar HERE. 


Learning Goals:

  1. Demonstrate a general understanding of Imagining Inclusion research project including concepts of community-based research project, peer researchers, co-learning, peer participation, and health promotion.
  2. To learn about two Upstream interventions that can encourage individuals to identify, articulate and represent their social realities. (Photovoice and Speakers Series)
  3. Demonstrate an understanding of the impact of Upstream interventions in addressing Stigma.
  4. To learn about the role of a Peer Researcher


Meet our presenters:

Amanda Berg, Peer Researcher: 

I’m, Amanda Berg.  I was diagnosed with a mental illness over 20 years ago.  I have been working as a peer support worker, wellness action plan facilitator and as a Peer Researcher with a photovoice research project at Open Door Group since 2013. 


Maya Alonso, Project Co-lead:

My name is Maya and I have been working in Mental Health Promotion for over 10 years.  I am passionate about addressing stigma, raising awareness, and promoting health, wellness and community inclusion for and with individuals living with a mental health condition.