By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to:
-Discuss multiethnic populations.
-Discuss cultural diversity of family.
-Explain the importance of client's cultural background in treatment.
-Discuss positive regard statements regarding cultural diversity.
-Describe how lesbian and gay families help others feel validated.
-Identify a way to understand lesbian and gay family relationships.
-Discuss family support of multiracial children.
-Describe how to work effectively with multiethnic families.
-Name four ways to ethically ask questions about a client's race, ethnicity and sexuality.
-Name a reason why parents feel grief toward a child with special needs.
-Identify two stages of parents' adjustment upon discovery that their child has special needs.
-Name one reason why siblings of children with mental health problems feel resentment.
-Explain the use of sandtray in play therapy.
-Discuss narrative intervention with diverse families.
-Explain what did he know immediately about the Simpson case which was more tragic than a resurgence of splenetic passions over interracial fornication and marriage.
-Explain what was the government’s policy until 1825, wince it was felt that Indian and white societies could not blend.
-Explain what did the Holocaust spur between the Christians and the Jews.
-Explain what did their study discover about the performances of African-American college students as compared to their white classmates.
-Explain what did the “youngsters” show him as no professorial treatise ever could.
-Explain how do Chinese Americans’ incomes and job positions compare with those of the average American.
"The instructional level of this course is introductory, intermediate, or advanced depending on the learners clinical area of expertise."
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