Participants will:
  • Define culture and psychological safety
  • Assess how to learn about another culture, what you need to know, and how to find out
  • Identify and evaluate your own biases, both internal and external 
  • Set expectations for potential barriers to trauma-informed care
  • Discover universal principles for caring cross-culturally
Required Reading:

These are readings that are required for the completion of this course. There will be quiz questions structured around the content of these resources. All other hyperlinked materials are optional.

Ethics and Culture in Mental Health Care 

Suggested Reading: 

These materials are not required for the completion of the course. However, they do provide further information and context that may prove beneficial when working in cross-cultural environments. 

Collective Trauma, Collective HealingJack Saul
Tribe Sebastian Junger
Cultural Intelligence: Improving Your CQ to Engage Our Multicultural World David A. Livermore

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