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Cultural Diversity/Cross Cultural Practices: Breaking Barriers, Widening Perspectives
Cultural Diversity  continuing education psychology CEUs

Course Learning Objectives/Outcomes
Counselor CEUs, Social Worker CEUs, Psychologist CEs, MFT CEUs

By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to:
-Explain how many individuals were identified as multiethnic in the most recent census.
-Explain how every family has its own reality.
-Explain one reason why it is important to keep your client's cultural background in mind during diagnosis and treatment.
-Explain two examples of unconditional positive regard statements regarding cultural diversity.
-Explain how lesbian and gay families in the media help families in the community feel validated.
-Explain, in the Family Map exercise, what the therapist can learn by asking the child about the picture they drew.
-Explain one reason why multiracial children often do not have the support of their extended family.
-Explain one way that the Family Drawing exercise can be made more effective for multiracial/multiethnic children.
-Explain four ways that you can ask a client about their racial background, ethnic background, or sexual orientation to provide more tailored treatment.
-Explain one reason that parents often experience grief when a child is born with special needs.
-Explain two characteristics of the Adjustment Stage after parents discover their child has special needs.
-Explain one reason why siblings of special needs children are often resentful regarding the special needs child and their parents.
-Explain the reason that you do not need to interpret what goes on during Sandtray Therapy.
-Explain in White and Epston's Model for Narrative Therapy, what the Externalization stage consists of.
-Explain, according to Rowan, what he knew immediately about the Simpson case which was more tragic than a resurgence of splenetic passions over interracial fornication and marriage.
-Explain what the government's policy until 1825 was regarding the blending of Indian and white societies.
Explain, according to Perry and Schweitzer, what the Holocaust spurred between the Christians and the Jews.
-Explain what the Bowen and Bok study discovered about the performances of African-American college students as compared to their white classmates.
-Explain, according to Rowan, what the 'youngsters' showed him as no professorial treatise ever could.
-Explain how Chinese Americans' incomes and job positions compare with those of the average American.
-Explain, according to Pascoe, what contributed to resentment of new Mexican immigrants in the 1980s.
-Explain, according to Rush, who the people are in American society who tend to be disempowered most often.
-Explain one part of the task facing young Black women in both White and Black communities.
-Explain why whites believed the Indian stereotypes presented in Westerns.
Explain, according to Perry and Schweitzer, who sees Muslims engaged in a 'struggle for existence between Koran and Talmud' and teach 'Jihadism' and martyrdom.
-Explain, according to Tatum, what most black parents want their children to achieve.


"The instructional level of this course is introductory, intermediate, or advanced depending on the learners clinical area of expertise."

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Social Worker CEUs, Counselor CEUs,Psychologist CEUs, MFT CEUs

 
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