Headway partners with Violet to ensure culturally responsive care.
As a Headway provider, you have exclusive access to Violet’s cultural competence training program, at no cost to you. Start using Violet to boost your inclusive care skills, fulfill CE/CME requirements, and increase your confidence working with BIPOC, LGBQ, and TGNC communities.
What is Violet?
Violet is a cultural competence analytics and training platform that benchmarks and upskills providers, leading to improved quality of care and greater transparency across the health care industry.
First you’ll receive your Violet Benchmarks, based on your cultural competence skills relative to others in your field. Next, you’ll be able to being a personalized learning pathway to deepen your knowledge using Violet’s expansive curriculum
What we cover.
- History and evolution of cultural competence in health care
- Health equity
- Trauma-informed care
- Social determinants of health
- Implicit bias
- BIPOC mental health
- BIPOC physical health
- LGBQ mental health
- LGBQ physical health
- TGNC mental health
- TGNC physical health
- Analyzing mental health stigma in AAPI communities
- Reproductive health: contraceptive counseling in Black communities
- Reproductive health: contraceptive counseling in Latinx/e communities
- Support letters for gender-affirming procedures.
- Gender-affirming hormone therapy (GAHT).
- Nutrition counseling
- Reproductive justice
- Identity centered lactation counseling
- Approaching cultural differences related to infant feeding
- Supporting clients through a return to work
- Depression screening in mental health and primary care
- Culturally responsive mental health intake
- Working with patients who use non-allopathic medicine/healing practices
- Improving access for LEP/NEP patients
- Abortion access
- Body image in the LGBTQIA+ community
- And more!
75% of providers who upskilled with Violet reported increased confidence in working with diverse patients.
Here’s why Violet is the top choice for health care providers:
- Personalized education pathways.
- Audio diaries, case vignettes, video, master classes, and quizzes.
- CE/CME courses and certifications downloaded in seconds.
- Guidance specific to treating BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ communities.
- Mobile-friendly microlearning courses.
- Fosters cultural humility and building essential communication skills.
- Authored by experts in DEIB and health care.
Culturally responsive providers:
- Ask intake questions to fully understand a patient’s worldview, perspective, culture, lived experience and health concerns.
- Use a collaborative approach to health assessment and treatment that is tailored to a patient’s unique identity.
- Communicate using inclusive language, and provide necessary language services.
- Integrate culturally relevant questions into care, including those related to immigration history, acculturation stress, intergenerational trauma, acceptable cultural approaches to healing, sexual and gender orientation, history of discrimination and more.
Identity-centered care significantly shapes patient experience and health outcomes.
Higher retention after one month of treatment.
Overall increase in attended appointments.
Overall better clinical outcomes, seen in decrease of GAD-7/PHQ-9 scores.