Therapy doesn’t take place in a vacuum, and neither do our clients’ lives. For this reason, cultural sensitivity practices have proven immensely beneficial in treatment relationships, allowing patient and therapist to achieve understanding and partnership regardless of differences in their respective backgrounds and experiences.
Our therapists recognize that external influences lead to increased marginalization and stress, particularly for clients in at-risk communities. Acknowledging those external influences is crucial, as is developing and fostering a mutual language of respect and understanding in alignment with cultural expectations.
The bottom line: at Curry Psychology Group, we are committed to championing the rights of all races, cultures, and identity groups. Whatever your culture, beliefs, or background, we respect and honor the unique characteristics that intersected to create you. We care.
How it works
Book your free phone consultation
Take our quiz to find the therapist who’s right for you and book a free 15-minute phone consultation.
Get familiarized with the process
During your phone consultation, your therapist will answer your questions and schedule your first visit.
Attend your first appointment
Your therapist will get to know you and offer a supportive plan to help you reach your goals.