Mental health providers who work with immigrant and refugee communities are often in search of strategies to more effectively engage, serve, and support these caregivers and families.
Cultural and contextual differences require providers to adapt or reconsider common parenting interventions when working with refugee and immigrant caregivers. While there are research-based “best practices” for most effectively helping refugee and immigrant caregivers, most practitioners do not receive substantial specialized training in these practices.
In a new podcast mini-series, the Center for Resilient Families and Refugee Trauma and Resilience Center host a series of practical discussions on how practitioners can enhance their skills and raise their standard of care to refugee and immigrant caregivers and families who are adjusting to a new culture and may have experienced potentially traumatic events.
Find the podcast Parenting in a New Context: Strategies for Practitioners Supporting Refugee and Immigrant Caregivers on Apple podcasts, Google Podcasts, or wherever you listen to podcasts. Or, listen below: