How can you adapt mental health practices to fit your clients’ languages and cultures? Get help at a free cultural adaptation event, 2-4 pm, Tuesday, March 17, at the University of St. Thomas’ McNeely Hall, MCH 100. 2060 Summit Ave., St. Paul.
The event is hosted by St. Thomas’ Area of Emphasis in Practice with Immigrants and Refugees (AEIR) scholars. The program will feature three speakers from different cultural communities, including:
- Pahoua Yang, MSSW, PhD, LICSW, LP, Vice President, Community Mental Health and Wellness at Wilder Foundation (pictured, right)
- Ahmed Hassan, MA, EdD, Psychotherapist/Program Director at Summit Guidance Center
- Novia Josiah, ’18 MSW and AEIR scholar, CVT (The Center for Victims of Torture)
Because of limited space, advance registration is required. Register here.