Mrs. Oluseyi is a Mental Health Advocate who constantly looks at how to improve and enhance the psychological well-being of the individual and the community as a whole, through educational programs and empowerment programs. She is passionate about mental well-being and campaign to improve attitudes towards mentally Ill-health individuals in Low Medium Income Countries (LMICs) and Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic (BAME). She has dedicated her life to providing psychological support for people with mental illness and removing the blocks that prevent them from getting psychosocial interventions and components of community-based rehabilitation. Much of her research investigates mental health issues and proposes improvement strategies and theories of change. As part of her contribution to the development of Strategy Action Plans, she proposed a development theory for a mental health action plan that meets Sustainable Development Goals 2013–2030. She also projected local initiatives, Stop Mental Illness Foundation (SMIF), and collaborated with community developers, organizations, and various stakeholders to develop and implement solutions and theories of change. Mrs. Odudimu is interested in multi-sector partnerships for mental health promotion, prevention, and the provision of a framework for the effectiveness of community interventions for improving mental health. She is potentially ready to develop her passion and knowledge in a community that values knowledge and research.
Provided individual and group therapy to clients with various mental health disorders. Conducted assessments and developed treatment plans for clients. Collaborated with healthcare professionals to provide comprehensive care for clients
Raised awareness about mental health issues and destigmatized mental illness through public speaking engagements and social media campaigns. Advocated for mental health policy reform at the local and national level. Provided support and resources to individuals and families affected by mental illness.
Conducted research on mental health disparities and access to mental health services in underserved communities. Published multiple peer-reviewed articles in academic journals. Presented research findings at national and international conferences
Worked with refugees and migrants in various countries to provide mental health support and access to healthcare services. Developed and implemented community-based programs to address mental health needs in low-resource settings. Collaborated with local organizations and government agencies to promote mental health awareness and reduce stigma.
It is easy to schedule appointments and you can usually get one right away. The quality of care has been very good. My therapist is great and has been helpful thus far.
It’s been really convenient for me and I’m really happy I can do these appointments and receive therapy from the comfort of my home!
I want to say THANK YOU. For getting through my rough time, helping with the medications, therapy, and everything else provided. I don’t know what I would have done without SMIF. I will forever be grateful for your compassionate care and assistance.
Strong knowledge of mental health disorders and treatment options; Excellent communication and interpersonal skills; Ability to conduct research and analyze data; Experience working with diverse populations and cultures; Proficient in multiple languages including English, Spanish, and French.
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