Author: Jabeen Shamji
We focus on diversity issues. Cultural humility entails recognizing the complexities of identities and acknowledging that even in similarity, there is diversity. Cultural humility is a dynamic process that continues to develop over time and encourages clinicians to be mindful of the evolving and multifaceted nature of a patient’s experiences (Khan, 2021). Following are some of the resources to reiterate issues related to cultural diversity and humility in clinical practice and neuropsychology. Feel free to let us know your thoughts on cultural diversity and humility!
- APA Guidelines and Resources
- NavNeuro Podcasts
- Selected Articles
- Fernandez A. L. (2019). Modern neuropsychological tests for a diversity of cultural contexts. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 33(2), 438–445.
- Fujii, D. E. (2018). Developing a cultural context for conducting a neuropsychological evaluation with a culturally diverse client: The ECLECTIC framework. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 32(8), 1356-1392.
- Wajman, J. R., Bertolucci, P., Mansur, L. L., & Gauthier, S. (2015). Culture as a variable in neuroscience and clinical neuropsychology: A comprehensive review. Dementia & Neuropsychologia, 9(3), 203–218.