How do patients' express and negotiate their intersecting identities in the context of therapy?
Culture and Mental Health Research Lab
Our research targets structural, interpersonal, and treatment factors to improve the quality of care for diverse populations. Our research addresses such questions as:How much do patient-therapist differences affect therapy process and outcome? Or more specifically, what individual, interpersonal, and treatment factors are associated with positive treatment outcomes in cross-racial or cross-racial therapy?
The Culture and Mental Health lab is directed by Dr. Chang at the New School for Social Research--you can learn more about participating as a research assistant here
.About the New School for Social Research:
The New School for Social Research is rooted in a legacy of theoretically informed, historically grounded scholarship. We offer rigorous graduate programs in the social sciences and humanities that go beyond mainstream thought. The New School’s diverse community further enriches students’ education. This university is home to world-renowned scholars, practitioners, and innovators who open minds and doors to civically engaged inquiry and opportunities.