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Cultural Implications of Secondary Traumatic Stress

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Resource Description

Addresses the influence of culture on mental health providers coping with secondary traumatic stress (STS) and the choices that clinicians make to seek, or not seek, support. This webinar explores how cultural background, including immigration history, informs clinicians' work with children and families who have experienced trauma; illustrates the relationship between culture and STS through a personal case example; and introduces the concept of vicarious resiliency.

Published in 2012

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