Trauma and Culture
Trauma and Culture The purpose of this article is to highlight key considerations when working with psychological trauma from a cultural perspective.  Culture is a broad concept and can be difficult to pin down.  Often culture is understood as ethnicity or race, however it can involve many other facets of identity (or social locations) including ...
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Fred Chou

Fred is currently completing his PhD at the University of British Columbia in Educational Psychology. He is prolific author and brings a collaborative approach to our CTR model. For more information on Fred, please visit our website at: https://www.complextrauma.ca/about/our-team/

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