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SMART Center 2021 Virtual Speaker Series with Dr. Janine Jones
June 22, 2021

Dr. Janine Jones: "Culturally Responsive School Mental Health Interventions: Adapting Evidence-Based Treatments"


June 2nd, 2021

This presentation includes a rationale for cultural adaptations to evidence-based interventions, content for increasing cultural literacy, and strategies for integrating cultural variables into the intervention process. Examples are shared to demonstrate the subtle and nuanced ways that culture impacts intervention efficacy. Through this workshop, school mental health providers learn ways to create a therapeutic environment that is conducive to cross-cultural counseling and subsequently increase the effectiveness of interventions for BIPOC youth.
 

Objectives: 

  • Learn a rationale for implementing cultural adaptations to evidence-based treatments
  • Learn identity affirming practices for supporting the needs of BIPOC youth
  • Learn new tools and strategies for integrating cultural variables into the intervention process
     

PRESENTATION MATERIALS:

Presentation PDF
Recording
 


This recording is part of the UW SMART Center's 2021 Virtual Speaker Series. Learn more and register for upcoming events in the series here


Dr. Janine Jones (she/her) is a Professor of SchoolJanine Jones Psychology and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs in the College of Education at the University of Washington. She is a Licensed Psychologist and a Nationally Certified School Psychologist. Her research focuses on providing culturally responsive school based interventions that address the socio-emotional health of students of color. Her work is framed around the belief that providing culturally responsive services and promoting resilience within the cultural context creates the path toward serving the “whole child.” She also consults with school personnel on culturally responsive practices that enhance teacher/student relationships and reduce some of the barriers associated with intractable opportunity gaps for students of color in schools.

 


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