The Alabama Mental Health Interpreter Training Project is an internationally recognized effort to improve the skills of interpreters working in this highly demanding sub-speciality. This website is intended to be both a chronicle of the work and a resource site for mental health interpreters. It is a work in progress and reader contributions, suggestions and feedback are welcomed.
NAD Calls MHIT a Best Practice
It's nice to be noticed. While we think we are the best around, we prefer to let other sign (and sing) our praises. TheNAD position paper. Check it out.
Summer Issue of Signs of Mental Health Available
The Summer 2013 issue of the Signs of Mental Health is available HERE
In this issue:
Deaf Mental Health Pioneer Vernon Passes
New Staff Join ODS Team
Interpreter Institute Continues ToInspire Participants
Commissioner Reddoch Makes MHIT History
Sometimes The Story Ends Well...
Supervisor Training Aims to Expand Practicum Options
As I See It
On the ODS Bookshelf
NAD Issues Position Statement on State Deaf Mental Health Coordinators
Notes and Notables
Current Qualified Mental Health Interpreters
FCC End Predatory Phone Rates for Deaf Prisoners
Breakout Conference Flyer
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