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6 CEUs Cultural Diversity: Breaking Barriers, Widening Perspectives

Course Learning Objectives/Outcomes

By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to:
-Explain how individuals were identified as multiethnic in the most recent census.
-Explain how does "every family have its own reality.
-Name one reason why it is important to keep your client’s cultural background in mind during diagnosis and treatment.
-Name 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 what can the therapist learn by asking the child about the picture they drew, in the Family Map exercise.
-Name one reason why multiracial children often do not have the support of their extended family.
-Name one way that the Family Drawing exercise can be made more effective for multiracial/multiethnic children.
-Name four ways that you can ask a client about their racial background, ethnic background, or sexual orientation to provide more tailored treatment.
-Explain what is a reason that parents often experience grief when a child is born with special needs.
-Name two characteristics of the Adjustment Stage after parents discover their child has special needs.
-Name one reason why siblings of special needs children are often resentful regarding the special needs child and their parents.
-Explain the reason given by the speaker that you do not need to interpret what goes on during Sandtray Therapy.
-Explain what does the Externalization stage consist of.
-Explain what contributed to resentment of new Mexican immigrants in the 1980s.
-Explain who are the people in American society who tend to be disempowered most often.
-Explain part of the task facing young Black women in both White and Black communities.
-Explain why did whites believe the Indian stereotypes presented in Westerns.
-Explain who see Muslims engaged in a “struggle for existence between Koran and Talmud” and teach “Jihadism” and martyrdom.
-Explain what do 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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