Gain a modern perspective on what effective, inclusive mental health care looks like for your employees.
As you implement mental health care programs for employees, you already know it’s difficult to achieve something that fosters a sense of belonging, acknowledges cultural diversity, and considers intersecting social identities. No one doubts the need for more diversity among mental health professionals, but research confirms it’s not enough. Now is the time to figure out how to deliver better outcomes.
Download this white paper now to get tips on how cultural humility – appreciating the dimensions of cultural identity most important to the individual while recognizing that their cultural experience can’t be learned or fully understood – can make a difference. You will also learn about:
The urgency of cultural humility training (Spoiler alert: It’s more important than cultural competence)
The essential elements of cultural humility development and measurement
The all-important pathway from cultural humility to belonging