The Cultural Context of Clinical Assessment

Summary Careful assessment of the cultural context of psychiatric problems must form a central part of any clinical evaluation. Lack of awareness of important differences can undermine the development of a therapeutic alliance, and the negotiation and delivery of effective treatment. Exploring the cultural context and meanings of identity, illness experience and coping is an […]

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Home of the Culturally Adapted Psychoeducation project for families of patients with first-episode psychosis and The Culture and Psychosis Working Group