By McKay, Elizabeth Anne
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Indd 30 11/7/2007 4:42:26 PM Cultural sensitivity in context 31 hostile environment. What was notable was the disproportionate number of black young men on the ward – a phenomenon replicated throughout the hospital. Cultural sensitivity, in this context, is my passion and research interest. This includes culturally sensitive practice, socio-cultural construction of occupational therapy and occupation, social inclusion and recovery of mental health service users and the Kawa ‘River’ Model. Introduction This chapter will clarify the key terms used and explore the evolving sociocultural contexts.
Such discrimination can be overt or covert and is detected within the attitudes, behaviours and processes of an organisation. indd 34 11/7/2007 4:42:31 PM Cultural sensitivity in context 35 prejudice, thoughtlessness and racist stereotyping, which disadvantages minority ethnic people. Reflecting these findings, Greenwood et al. (2000) and Secker and Harding (2002) explored the in-patient experiences of service users from Asian, African and African-Caribbean backgrounds who reported a loss of control, experience of overt and implicit racism, unhelpful relationships with some staff and a lack of therapeutic groups and activities during their admission.
This leads to a focus on the strengths of individuals, rather than their problems, and contributes to their recovery journey. As Ormston (2006, p. 102) wrote ‘whilst we might develop new ways to practice occupational therapy, and occupational therapists might take on wide-ranging roles, underlying principles and values remain constant’. Forever changing are the contexts and the policy/political drives that affect the practice and environments in which the profession operates. Whilst occupational therapy continues to have a strong role in in-patient services, day services and community settings, the struggle is to ensure and maintain the unique contribution of the profession as services and philosophy change direction.
Advancing occupational therapy in mental health practice by McKay, Elizabeth Anne