Adapting Mental Health Concepts and Treatments Across Language and Culture: Finding Common Ground
Learn from bicultural providers about how they adapt mental health concepts and treatments across language and cultural contexts.
The free, virtual event hosted by the University of St. Thomas will feature three speakers who will present Hmong, Somali, and Karen perspectives:
Pahoua Yang, MSSW, PhD, LICSW, LP
Vice President, Wilder Community Mental Health and Wellness
Ahmed Hassan, MA, EdD
Psychotherapist/Program Director | Summit Guidance Center
Novia Josiah-Isaac,'18 MSW and AEIR scholar
Social Worker/Mental Health Case Manager | Center for Victims of Torture
Hosted by scholars from the Area of Emphasis in Practice with Immigrants and Refugees (AEIR) and the School of Social Work at University of St. Thomas.