A doctoral candidate from the University of Georgia living and working in New Zealand on a Fulbright Award is seeking social workers for a research project.
Lorien Jordan is conducting research for her dissertation on culture and justice in mental health and is keen to interview social workers (and others) who work in mental health.
Her project aims to explore therapeutic social justice in a bicultural nation, specifically looking at how New Zealand’s political environment and mental health system is addressing the needs of different cultural groups.
Each interview will run between 60-90 minutes and a small koha will be offered for your time.
To find out more, to sign up for the study, or to contact Lorien please click on the documents below.