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Cultural Diversity/Cross Cultural Practices: Breaking Barriers, Widening Perspectives (Abbreviated 2)
6 CEUs Cultural Diversity: Breaking Barriers, Widening Perspectives

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Audio Transcript Questions The answer to Question 1 is found in Track 1 of the Course Content. The Answer to Question 2 is found in Track 2 of the Course Content… and so on. Select correct answer from below. Place letter on the blank line before the corresponding question. Do not add any spaces.
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Questions:
1. How many individuals were identified as multiethnic in the most recent census?
2. According to the speaker, regarding cultural diversity, how does "every family have its own reality?
3. What is one reason why it is important to keep your client’s cultural background in mind during diagnosis and treatment?
4. What are two examples of unconditional positive regard statements regarding cultural diversity?
5. How do lesbian and gay families in the media help families in the community feel validated?
6. In the Family Map exercise, what can the therapist learn by asking the child about the picture they drew?
7. What is one reason why multiracial children often do not have the support of their extended family?
8. What is one way that the Family Drawing exercise can be made more effective for multiracial/multiethnic children?
9. What are four ways that you can ask a client about their racial background, ethnic background, or sexual orientation to provide more tailored treatment?
10. Regarding cultural diversity created by a mental or physical handicap, what is a reason that parents often experience grief when a child is born with special needs?
11. What are two characteristics of the Adjustment Stage after parents discover their child has special needs?
12. What is one reason why siblings of special needs children are often resentful regarding the special needs child and their parents?
13. According to the speaker, what is the reason given by the speaker that you do not need to interpret what goes on during Sandtray Therapy?
14. In White and Epston’s Model for Narrative Therapy, what does the Externalization stage consist of?

Answers:
A. Have art supplies that include crayons with multiple skin colors, eye colors, hair colors, etc., so that children will feel like they can really represent themselves.
B. Sandtray Therapy gives kids a chance to create their own pictures and that can help them work through issues on their own that they don’t have the words to describe.
C. The essence of cultural diversity to be conveyed to your client is just because one family does something one way, you cannot assume that it is the way every family does it. This includes celebrations, religious beliefs, etc.
D. “Even though you’re different, I accept you.” “Whoever you are, you’re a family and that’s okay.”
E. The parents experience the “loss of the fantasy child” when they realize the child will never be what they expected him or her to be.
F. The stage consists of externalizing the problem and reminding the family it is not their fault for being different, but it is the society that they are living in.
G. The therapist can learn how the child sees his or her own family and help the parents understand the child’s feelings.
H. A special needs child takes time and attention away from the other siblings, causing resentment.
I. 6.8 million
J. Parents learn to tolerate the shortcomings of the child, then celebrate whatever assets and abilities the child has.
K. There are disorders that are unique to certain cultures and will not perfectly fit into another disorder’s symptom list from your own culture. For example, a DSM-IV
diagnosis of panic disorder may seem appropriate in a situation. But the disorder may be a syndrome native to another culture that is not quite panic disorder.
L. They provide a visible role model for lesbian and gay families in the community.
M. “If you had to describe your family how would you describe it?” “Tell me about your family.” “How do you see yourself?” “How do like others to refer to you?”
N. There’s still a stigma against being with/marrying someone of another race. Extended family may not be present in the child’s life if they are against the mixed race relationship.

Course Content Manual Questions The Answer to Question 15 is found in Section 15 of the Course Content… and so on. Select correct answer from below. Place letter on the blank line before the corresponding question.
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Questions:
15. According to Pascoe, what contributed to resentment of new Mexican immigrants in the 1980s?
16. According to Rush, who are the people in American society who tend to be disempowered most often?
17. What is part of the task facing young Black women in both White and Black communities?
18. Why did whites believe the Indian stereotypes presented in Westerns?
19. According to Perry and Schweitzer, who see Muslims engaged in a “struggle for existence between Koran and Talmud” and teach “Jihadism” and martyrdom?
20. According to Tatum, what do most black parents want their children to achieve?

Answers
A. Fictional Indians were the only ones they ever saw
B. An internalized sense of personal security and the ability to acknowledge the reality of racism and to respond effectively to it
C. The U.S. economy was flagging; many people were either out of work or worried about keeping their jobs
D. Islamist clerics
E. The correctness of those who say that IQ is a minor and often meaningless factor in deciding the potential or the worth of human beings
F. Resisting the stereotypes and affirming other definitions of themselves
G. Native Americans, Latino peoples, people of African descent, and other racial minorities


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