Nathalie Dinh, Ph.D., is a psychologist in private practice. She is a consultant to the Cultural Consultation Service at the Jewish General Hospital. Prior to establishing her private practice, she was Chief of Psychology at St. Mary's Hospital Centre, in Montreal, Canada. She received her training in psychology at McGill University and the University of Montreal. Prior to becoming a psychologist, she obtained business and administrative education from Concordia University and held various managerial positions in communications and marketing in the aerospace industry in Montreal and Paris, France.
Dr. Dinh lectures and trains future healthcare professionals in the cultural perspective for diagnostic interviews with individuals and families from diverse cultural backgrounds. She also lectures on qualitative research methodologies in health care, specifically conversation analysis. She chairs the Regroupement pour la psychologie culturelle of the Order of Psychologists of Quebec. Her current research interests include integrating evaluative instruments and psychotherapeutic approaches toward a culturally-sensitive assessment in patient care.
nathalie.dinh [at] mcgill.ca (E-mail)
Dinh, N.M.H, Groleau, D., Rodriguez, R., Kirmayer, L.J., Bibeau, G. (2012). The Impact of the uses of the DSM-IV Outline for Cultural Formulation by a Mental Health Multidisciplinary team: A Conversation Analysis. Anthropology and Medicine.
Charest, R.M., Chévrier, N., Còté, D. & Dinh, N.M.H. (Eds.). (2012). Relation thérapeutique et particularités culturelles: Comment y arriver? Psychologie Québec, 29(1), 26-42.
Dinh, N.M.H. (2010). The Uses of the Outline for Cultural Formulation of the DSM-IV: From Case Conceptualization to Treatment Plan. Département de psychologie. Faculté des arts et des sciences. Papyrus, University of Montreal.
Dinh, N.M.H., & Groleau, D. (2008). Traumatic amputation: A case of Laotian indignation and injustice. Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry, 32(3), 440-457.
Dinh, N.M.H. (2008). Indignation in a Cross-cultural Clinical Context. In P. Twohig & R. Fisher (Eds.). Sixth Global Conference of Health, Illness and Disease (Chapter 1). Oxford Conference Series Publication.
Dinh, N.M.H., and Groleau, D. (2008). Traumatic amputation: A case of Laotian indignation and injustice. Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry, 32(3), 440-457.