Panel discussion on Diversity Advocacy, the proposed Charter of Quebec Values

“I understand there’s a legacy and a reasoning and a discourse that we are all aware of. I guess what is frightening is it is now a political power issue. It’s a fragile time and it’s done on the backs of the most vulnerable people in the population. To me that mobilizes a tremendous amount of anguish.” Jaswant Guzder

Speakers at the 50th anniversary event for the journal of Transcultural Psychiatry discuss diversity, advocacy and specifically address the proposed Charter of Quebec Values.

This video includes comments from Dr. Morton Weinfeld, Chair of Ethnic Studies, McGill; Dr. Jaswant Guzder, Head of Child Psychiatry, Jewish General Hospital; Dr. Eric Jarvis, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Director of the Cultural Consultation Service, McGill; Dr. Cécile Rousseau, Director of Transcultural Child Psychiatry Services, Montreal Children’s Hospital; Dr. Laurence Kirmayer, head of the Division of Social and Transcultural Psychiatry, McGill; and from members of the audience.

Roberto Lewis-Fernández on the Cultural Formulation Interview

“What should we know about you that contextualizes you and understands you from a cultural lens?”

Roberto Lewis-Fernández, Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at Columbia University talks about the Cultural Formulation Interview (CFI): what are its uses, is it only for use with people from a cultural minority, and how can practitioners learn to use it?

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