SHERPA works in close collaboration with the Centre d’expertise sur la santé physique et le bien-être des réfugiés et des demandeurs d’asile (CERDA, center for expertise on the physical health and well-being of refugees and asylum-seekers) at CIUSSS West-Central Montreal. CERDA website>>
In addition to trainings and accompaniment and tools developed specifically to support professionals in their interventions, evaluations of intervention methods and trainings are undertaken to develop best practices and identify impacts on the development of the therapeutic alliance in intercultural contexts.
- Evaluation of interpreting as a mode of intervention in healthcare and social services [French]
- Interpreters speak [French]
- Issues of working with interpreters in mental health with children and teenagers [French]
Intercultural and professional skills
- Stories of practice about intercultural and inclusive competence: production of unique training material [French]
- Intervening in a context of ethnocultural diversity: telling one’s story. A project of reconstruction and theorization of the stories of teaching practice. [French]
- Cultural competency training as a response to radicalization leading to violence
- Construction and maintenance of the therapeutic alliance in work re-adaptation in an intercultural clinical context [French]
- Develop the content of a tool to help improve intercultural skills of CNESST workers using a co-construction approach [French]
- Understanding the intercultural training and resource needs of mental health professionals to inform the development of an interactive web-delivered cultural competence roadmap toolkit.
- Intervening in the psycho-social field in Info-Social services and AAOR in the context of recent immigration and cultural diversity. [French]