Knudson, M. C., McDowell, T., Bermudez, J. M., & Knudson-Martin, C. (2019). From knowing to doing: Guidelines for socioculturally attuned family therapy. Journal of Marital & Family Therapy, 45(1), 47–60. Summary: Authors examine how to present a more socioculturally attuned practice. They examine the basics of cultural competency and how to build on these skills.
Holyoak, D., Johnson, W., Garcia, M., & Johnson, D. J. (2020). I see you: Addressing diversity in clinical practice through therapist’s way-of-being. Contemporary Family Therapy: An International Journal, 42(2), 131–139. Summary: This article addresses the role of “self” within the therapy room. Authors highlight examples of how therapists can address differences based on being present and aware in the therapy room.
Niño, A., Kissil, K., & Davey, M. P. (2016). Strategies used by foreign-born family therapists to connect across cultural differences: A thematic analysis. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 42(1), 123–138. Summary: Researchers present different ways that therapists have adapted their own practice when their clients are from a different cultural background.
Hernandez-Wolfe, P., Acevedo, V. E., Victoria, I., & Volkmann, T. (2015). Transnational family therapy training: A collaborative learning experience in cultural equity and humility. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy: An International Forum, 27(3–4), 134–155. Summary: This article explores cultural humility when working with communities across the globe.