Highlights best practices in screening and assessment for refugee youth.
The following resources on Culture and Trauma were developed by the NCTSN.
Discusses the impact, as well as historical and societal context, of polyvictimization in urban communities of color.
Outlines the historical context of racial disparities and highlights how systems can move forward to reduce these racial disparities, including by framing the issue so that practical and pro-active discussion can move beyond assigning blame.
Provides participants with information about many levels of cultural competence when working with LGBTQ Youth. This webinar discusses the coming out process, as well as gender as a continuum rather than a binary concept.
Focuses entirely on the relationship between culture and trauma.
Discusses cultural considerations when providing mental health care to members of the military, veterans, and their families.
Discusses how to recognize the uniqueness of the loss and grief American Indian children and communities experience. This webinar is framed within the context of intergenerational trauma, grief, and loss.
Explores the relationship between physical abuse and socioeconomic status, religious beliefs, racial and/or ethnic backgrounds, and gender.
Discusses the stigma around Latinos seeking mental health treatment.
Offers strategies to make services culturally-responsive to the needs of the Latino immigrant population.
Discusses strategies to engage Latino clients in Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) treatment.
Addresses clinical, organizational, and staff training issues and describes unique challenges faced by specific populations at high risk for traumatic stress. This webinar series discusses a variety of issues at the intersection of culture and trauma in children and adolescents.