Tags » Cultural Competence
Okay, I’m kind of cheating here. I haven’t posted anything for a while, so I’m popping this up.
This is an article I worked on with Dr. 39 more words
Imagine my excitement when I saw Rachel Wynn’s recent post covering my favorite speech therapy topic: voice! I decided to dedicate this month’s Research Tuesday post to my one true love. 635 more words
Australia has a responsibility to protect the human rights of everyone in the country, which includes international students. This responsibility comes from a number of international human rights treaties that Australia has agreed to uphold. 665 more words
I recently had an insightful conversation with a coworker and mentor who has deep roots in communities of color in Seattle. We were discussing cultural competency and how a lot of trainings around that focus on formalized social service techniques and objectified cultural knowledge, rather than informal relationship building, caring, and networking. 343 more words
Lately, I have been thinking a lot about culturally competent mental health care. In my research, I have focused on how pre-migration experiences of war, displacement, separation and/or the death of loved ones and gendered violence variously affects the mental health of refugees and immigrants. 667 more words