Cultural Humility, Curiosity, and Collaboration: Pathway to Cultural Competence
October 30 @ 8:30 am - 4:30 pm$50
The foundation of cultural competence relies on a clinician’s awareness about themselves and the client as “cultural beings”, engaging in a therapeutic alliance from their lived experiences within intersecting social systems.
The participant will learn how to broach discussions and exploration of culture with clients to develop a multicultural case conceptualization beyond the perceived “cultural differences”. The learner will learn how to practice in a culturally competent way as well as know the best practices and how to address common challenges.
- Participants will be able to explain the domains of cultural competence.
- Participants will learn how cultural competence is ethically competent practice.
- Participants will learn the research on cultural competence and treatment outcomes.
- Participants will be able to discuss the intersectionality of cultural identities and power and privilege within the therapeutic alliance.
- Participants will learn how to broach discussions and exploration of cultural factors with clients.
- Participants will be able to integrate cultural factors into case conceptualizations.
Arizona Trauma Institute has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6677. Arizona Trauma Institute is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.
CE Hours Awarded: 6
Cheryl Warner, PhD is a licensed psychologist with nearly 20 years of teaching and training in counselor preparation. Her scholarship and teaching focus on development of cultural competence, clinical supervision, and professional development. She has clinical experiences in community mental health, university counseling center, private practice, and military settings. Dr. Warner is a clinical associate professor in Counseling and Counseling Psychology at Arizona State University. She received a B.S in Commerce from DePaul University and MEd in Community Counseling and PhD in Counseling Psychology from the University of Georgia.