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Trauma-Informed & Harm Reduction Interview with Dr. Liz Frye

Posted on May 26, 2020

Trauma-Informed & Harm Reduction Interview with Dr. Liz Frye

In this episode, Dr. Liz Frye joins Matt to discuss harm reduction, street medicine/psychiatry, and trauma-informed care.

Dr. Liz Frye is one of the leading international experts in the field of street psychiatry and has provided street-based psychiatric care to people experiencing unsheltered homelessness for the past 12 years. She is the founder and former director of the Mercy Care Street Medicine program, at an Atlanta-based Federally Qualified Health Center. Dr. Frye is a board member of the Street Medicine Institute and the director of the Institute’s annual International Street Medicine Symposium. She completed medical school at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and her residency, Community Psychiatry Fellowship, and Masters in Public Health at Emory University.

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One response to “Trauma-Informed & Harm Reduction Interview with Dr. Liz Frye”

  1. Jay S. Levy says:

    Nice interview! Liz’s work in Street Medicine is truly inspirational and I am so excited to hear that she is working on a new book!

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