Episode 97: South Asians in the United States
We speak with Shreya Bhandari, PhD, LISW, editor of the NASW Press book “South Asians in the United States: A Guide for Social Workers and Other Helping Professionals.”
Dr. Bhandari is professor and director of social work, Purdue University Northwest. She is also alicensed clinical social worker with her own private practice. Her research focuses on violence against women, specifically domestic violence. She has worked in the area of domestic violence and mental health for about two decades as a researcher, educator, and practitioner.
Contributors to this publication are:
- Sameena Azhar, PhD, LCSW, MPH
- Vaidehi Jokhakar, MSW, MPH
- Mukul Khandelwal, MA Nidhi Khosla, PhD, MPH, PGDRM
- Gita R. Mehrotra, PhD, MSW
- Uma Chandrika Millner, PhD
- Vithya Murugan, PhD, MSW
- Abha Rai, PhD, MSW
- Stacey Priya Raj, PhD
- Vaishali V. Raval, PhD
- Leena Rijhwani, BS
Our host for this conversation is NASW member Elisabeth Joy LaMotte, LICSW, founder of the DC Counseling and Psychotherapy Center and author of "Overcoming Your Parents’ Divorce."
Posted February 7, 2023
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