Trainings, Workshops, and Consulting
To date I have provided talks, workshops, and consultations, across multiple settings including hospitals, non-profit organizations, school systems, mental health clinics & behavioral health programs, colleges/universities, and academic conferences. The majority of this work has focused on
-evidence-based psychological intervention
-diversity, inclusion, equity, justice, and anti-racism
-working with refugee and immigrant communities
Past presentations and co-presentations include talks or workshops at Harvard University, Harvard Medical School, McLean Hospital, Boston Children’s Hospital, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, William James College, University of Rhode Island, Florida International University, University of Vermont, Marquette University, Grinnell College, Ascentria Care Alliance, International Institute of New England, Watercourse Counseling Center (Minnesota), Mt Hope Family Center/University of Rochester, International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, US Department of Health & Human Services Office of Refugee Resettlement, National Child Traumatic Stress Network All-Network Conference, Chelsea Public School System, Somerville High School, Milford High School, and the Boston Public School System.
If you are interested in potentially having me and/or my colleagues come speak, train, or consult with members of your organization, please feel free to contact me!
Teaching & Training within Harvard Medical School
I am currently the Course Director of the McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School Seminar Series in Diversity, Inclusion, and Multicultural Psychology. This is a comprehensive training series for current McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School Psychology Interns in their last year of clinical psychology doctoral training.
With my colleague Dr. Stephanie Pinder-Amaker, I am Co-Director and Co-Founder of the McLean Hospital Multicultural Psychology Consultation Team, a systems capacity building model for culturally-responsive interventions. With my colleagues at MPCT we developed www.multiculturalpsychology.com a website of free resources for those interested in culturally-responsive, evidence-informed interventions.
I am also involved in the teaching and training of psychiatry and psychology trainees at Boston Children’s Hospital.
National and International Clinical Consultation
Through my work at the Boston Children’s Hospital Refugee Trauma and Resilience Center I consult to providers and programs on culturally-responsive, evidence-based practice for youth and families of refugee and immigrant backgrounds. This work occurs across the United States and Canada.