People from marginalised populations often have increased risk of mental illness and mental disorders compared to people from non-marginalised populations.
Bronfenbrenner’s (1979) ecological model is a useful model to explain the impact of extrinsic, or ecological levels, on a person. This diagram is adapted from Bronfenbrenner’s model.
Using Bronfenbrenner’s (1979) ecological model, explore the impact of the macrosystem and exosystem on a person and their mental health experience (their microsystem). Choose a person from a marginalised group. Examples may be a person from a non-English speaking background, a First Nations Person, an older person, or LGBTQ person. This person may be someone you have encountered in your clinical practice, a colleague, family member or friend.
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