Māori Article of the Week: A bicultural approach to working together – conversing about cultural supervision by Ake and Culvert

‘Cultural supervision’ is a term used in the human sciences to refer to an engagement around the impact that ‘culture’ in varying forms (e.g. ethnic, queer) has on work where practitioners engage with others, usually from a framework representing their own cultural background. Chapter appears in Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Identity and Difference: Navigating the Divide, and can… Read more