Our faculty have been working together for many years to promote a multi-contextual, systems approach to resolving human problems within a framework of community empowerment. We represent a diversity of cultural perspectives and are committed to individual, family and community experiences throughout the life cycle. Some of the issues considered are trauma and loss, children’s problems, couple relationships, intergenerational relationships, conflicts, and cut-offs. We collaborate with a broad national and international network of colleagues similarly dedicated to evolving a multi-contextual cultural framework. Associate and Guest Faculty participate in our teaching programs and in our culture conference every spring.