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Journal of Psychiatry
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Nicole M Monteiro

Nicole M Monteiro Department of Psychology, University of Botswana, Gaborone, Botswana, Address: Private Bag 00775, Gaborone, Botswana
Dr. Monteiro is a mental health expert, researcher and consultant. She earned a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Howard University, with an emphasis on culture and mental health and a minor in neuropsychology. She has received extensive training in trauma and PTSD, global mental health and treatment with survivors of war and torture (Harvard Program in Refugee Trauma), long-term and brief psychotherapy (Columbia University) and group therapy (Washington School of Psychiatry - National Group Psychotherapy Training Institute). Dr. Monteiro's work has spanned the globe - figuratively and literally. She has worked with children through adults providing counseling and psychotherapy, psychological assessment and clinical supervision. In this capacity, she has worked in New York, Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, Maryland, Virginia, Grenada, Liberia, Bahrain, and Botswana in settings as diverse as schools, hospitals, juvenile detention facilities, university counseling centers and community clinics. Dr. Monteiro has worked as an expert witness and consultant in cases involving child labor, immigration and asylum, disaster relief and traffic psychology. Her global mental heath research has focused on mental illness in developing countries, traditional healing treatments and cultural competence when working with diverse groups. She has obtained research grant funding to address important mental health issues domestically and internationally. Her professional interests also include African American Muslims' mental health, immigrant adolescent development and cross-cultural psychology. She lived in Ethiopia for 8 months conducting her dissertation research on mental illness in Ethiopia, which launched her career as an "international psychologist" working on different mental health initiatives globally.
Research Interest
Africa, sub-Saharan; cultural competence; mental health; qualitative research
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