Culturally-Responsive Resources For Providers and Patients

Thank you for your interest in our work! This website contains information and resources that we hope you will find helpful in your own development and in the support, treatment, service, and/or training you provide to others.

“Multicultural psychology” is an enormous field and the content of this website highlights only a tiny piece of this work. This website builds upon contributions, legacies, and experiences of countless individuals and communities. The purpose of this website is to provide an affirming, open, evidence-informed, and culturally-responsive place where individuals can access free and practical resources related to understanding and enhancing how social and cultural identity factors influence psychological suffering and well being.

As conversations in social and cultural identity are context dependent, historically situated, incredibly multifaceted, and often emotionally activating it can be difficult to find evidence-informed information about how to effectively engage with these ideas, and how they shape our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. This website is far from exhaustive  – think of this as another tool in your toolkit.

We hope that this website is helpful to you and we are thankful and grateful for your willingness to travel along side us in this work.

This website was launched in the Fall of 2018 and resources will continue to be added as they become available.


This website is managed by Jeffrey P. Winer, PhD, an Attending Psychologist at the Refugee Trauma and Resilience Center within the Department of Psychiatry at Boston Children’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School and the Co-Director of the Multicultural Psychology Consultation Team at McLean Hospital. The information on this website are the views of Dr. Winer and may not represent the ideas, views, or interests of any organization.

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