Jun 29, 1:30 PM EDT

Increasing Cultural Competency In Mental Health Care Settings

There are many barriers to care that prevents or limits an individual from receiving help.

One of these barriers is a lack of cultural competency in the mental health care space. Racial/ethnic minority individuals often receive lower quality healthcare services, such as fewer diagnostic procedures and negative verbal and nonverbal communication styles from providers.

People with other marginalized identities, like LGBTQ+ individuals, are more likely to experience mental health concerns than cisgender, heterosexual people but may receive ineffective care due to a provider’s reluctance to address gender and sexuality.

In this webinar, they will focus on how to increase cultural competency on an individual and systemic level.

RSVP here to join.

Original Series

Support our work

We’re on a mission to change how the world perceives mental health.