10 Tips for Systemic Work with Immigrant Families

There are many reasons immigrant families come to America; whatever the reason, they often face challenges that may bring them to therapy. It is important that we, as Marriage and Family Therapists, are competent in dealing with this population. Cultural competence involves being able to provide therapy that addresses the problems faced by clients in […]

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Encountering Systemic Injustice in Supervision

This has been a really tough week to be a human, particularly for a non-White person. Terence Crutcher. Keith Lamont Scott. Black man loses his life after an encounter with law enforcement. People grieve, ask unanswered questions, and demand accountability. Protests take over communities, either through our streets and highways, through hashtag activism, or, recently, […]

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