Mental health care delivery in the 21st century: Christiaan Greer at TEDxUMN





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Published on Oct 5, 2013

Christiaan Greer is a 4th year doctoral candidate at the University of Minnesota's counseling psychology program. His primary research interests involve studying the effects of trauma and, most recently, developing online interventions for stress and anxiety. Prior to his doctoral studies, Christiaan worked at the Brain Injury Research Center at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York as a research assistant helping to study the effects of cognitive rehabilitation on patients with traumatic brain injury (TBI). He also worked as a high school teacher for seven years in New York City at the Churchill School and Center, a school for children with learning disabilities.


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