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Consultation Service

Dear Department Colleagues,

On behalf of the Diversity and Inclusion Subcommittee, I am pleased to inform you that we are launching a consultation service. We now have available on the website a broad list of consultants for various diversity topics related to race, ethnicity, language, disability, religion, sexual orientation, sexual identity, refugees and immigration, and implicit bias, etc. If you would like a consultation related to any of these topics, please contact Jennifer Grant, MD, PhD, jgrant2@emory.edu, who can help you get linked to a specific consultant. In addition, if you are interested/willing to consult on any of the topics listed and/or on any other topic, please provide this information to Dr. Grant. All requests for consultation and offers to consult will be held in confidence.

Thanks so very much.
Nadine

Languages (not a translation service, but rather a service to explain the use and meaning of the language vis-à-vis psychiatry and behavioral health):

Languages (15)

  • Afrikaans
  • Arabic
    • Egyptian
    • Formal
    • Iraqi
    • Lebanese
    • Palestinian
    • Syrian
  • Cantonese
  • Creole
  • Dutch
  • French
  • Greek
  • Hebrew
  • Hindi
  • Japanese
  • Mandarin
  • Portuguese
  • Pushto
  • Spanish
  • Urdu

Consultation Topics (29)

  • Disability: Developmental and/or Acquired Later in Life
    • Autism Spectrum Disorders
    • Learning disabilities
    • Deaf and hard of hearing
    • Blind and visually impaired
    • Cognitive decline 
  • Religion and Spiritual Orientation
    • Agnostic/Atheist
    • Buddhism
    • Christianity/Catholicism
    • Judaism
    • Multi-faith
    • Islam
      • Sunni
      • Shiite
      • Women
  • National Origin
    • First generation American
    • Second generation American
    • Immigrant – Non US citizen
    • Immigrant – US citizen
    • International Students

  • Ethnicity/Race IdentityAfrican American
    • Asian/Indian American
    • Bi-racial
    • Latinx
  • Indigenous Heritage
    • Native American
  • Regional/Location Specific
    • Arab
    • Coptic
    • Dutch
    • East Asian
    • Haitian
    • Latin American / Hispanic
    • Middle Eastern
    • South Asian
    • Southeast Asian
  • Refugees and Asylum Seekers
  • Terrorism related issues
  • Sexual Orientation
    • Bisexual
    • Gay
    • Lesbian
    • Questioning
    • Gender/Gender IdentityFemale
    • Male
    • Transgender
    • Non-binary
  • Socioeconomic StatusFirst generation college-educated
    • Low-income
  • OtherCross-group Therapy
    • HIV status
    • Human trafficking / sexual exploitation
    • Police ViolenceLaw enforcement officers
    • Civilians
    • Political Persuasion
    • Veterans/military