We're excited you're here. Let us tell you a little bit about ourselves.
As a team, we work with communities around the world who are striving to bring change involving mental health. At IMHA, culture comes first. Using a strengths-based approach, we collaborate with communities to build from the greatness in their people and wisdom in their culture.
Throughout our process we innovate and iterate. Creativity and humility are present in every part of our work, we think outside-the-box and learn from our missteps.
Sounds great, but we’re far from realizing that, which means system disruption. We pay close attention to the intersections between mental health and social justice issues, working to find multi-impact solutions are transformative. This isn't an equitable world, so we’ll be working towards that until it is.
At IMHA, we take social responsibility seriously. Mental health interacts not only with the mind, but with the body, the family, the environment and the system. We strive to do-no-harm, stay ethical and grow in health. In all our work, we keep the future in-mind, working to build a better world for future generations and recognizing Earth as our greatest partner.
We want the work we do to create meaningful impact over time, which means change and growth. It’s not a win if our projects sustain themselves forever - in our ideal world, the communities we’ve worked with will move beyond our programming and continue onwards and upwards without us.
The happiest day at IMHA will be when we’ve worked ourselves out of a job.
Theresa Anthony is a Counseling Psychologist and Founder of Comfortstream Aid Foundation.
She has 10 years of experience in the humanitarian sector and is an active, independent consultant.
Theresa is very passionate about the well-being of women & girls. She believes that when women & girls are empowered, the world will be a better place.
Anne is a Corporate Banker, Transformational and Financial Coach, Public Speaker, Entrepreneur and
She has held leadership roles in the Banking and Finance Industry
for 10+ years.
In her free time, she is a community volunteer, a farmer, makes natural body butter, enjoys baking and entertaining.
Tooba is a researcher focused on children and young people. Tooba combines her experiences from public health and clinical settings in Pakistan with her recent specialisation in Child and Adolescent Mental Health from University College London to fuel her passion to refine the ways children and young people are cared for the world over.
Tooba is a researcher focused on children and young people. Tooba combines her experiences from public health and clinical settings in Pakistan with her recent specialisation in Child and Adolescent Mental Health from University College London to fuel her passion to refine the ways children and young people are cared for the world over. In the long term, she hopes to pursue a doctorate that enables her to specialise in delivering evidence-based research and care and designing policies that are inclusive towards people from diverse ethnocultural contexts.