PSYC155 CM - Seminar in Ethnic Minority Psychology and Mental Health

This course examines the roles and influences of ethnicity, race, and culture on psychology and mental health. Students will learn about intergroup dynamics, racism and White privilege, ethnic identity development, acculturation and immigration, ethnic differences in the expression of distress, differential patterns and barriers to help-seeking, mental health disparities, and ethnocultural issues that influence treatment processes.

Prerequisite: One lower-division psychology course or permission of instructor

Offered: Every year

Credit: 1

Course Number: PSYC155 CM

This course information is from the 2022-2023 Catalog. View this catalog.

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