Families responding to loss are units that function and are embedded in particular cultural frameworks. The adequate clinician learns to work with different individuals and problems over time, and in this process he or she learns about the importance of a range of variables including sex roles, age, socioeconomic circumstance, and the like. In parallel fashion, the developing clinician also learns to work with different cultural and religious contexts as they affect and frame the client’s experiences.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Psychiatry and Mental health