By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to:
-Explain three approaches to moving beyond stereotypes in multicultural counseling.
-Explain the four common approaches to multi-cultural training.
-Explain the five cultural adaptation methods.
-Explain the five factors that regulate the relationship between acculturation and stress.
-Explain what ethical issue arises when counseling a client of another culture regarding empowerment.
-Explain five ways that culturally different clients experiencing transference may react to a therapist.
-Explain three important issues to consider in starting a multicultural group.
-Explain what decreases in response to counterstereotypic mental imagery increasing the accessibility of counterstereotypic associations.
-Explain what is often incorporated in the literature on cultural diversity and multiculturalism and is equally difficult, if not impossible to objectively measure and cannot be 'tested empirically'.
-Explain what cultural counseling issues are grouped under reconciliation.
-Explain a cause of multicultural client complaints.
-Explain what clinicians need to be aware of and feel positive about to feel as comfortable as possible in cross-cultural work.
-Explain the four steps of the Transcultural Integrative Model.
-Explain what has led to the failure in counseling programs and ultimately to ineffective cross-cultural counseling experiences.
-Explain what awareness enables certified counselors guard the individual rights and personal dignity of the client in the counseling relationship.
-Explain the five stances listed by Greene.
-Explain which Section of the 1999 NASW Code of Ethics is most definitive about the content knowledge that the social worker must attain.
"The instructional level of this course is introductory, intermediate, or advanced depending on the learners clinical area of expertise."
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Counselor CEUs, Social Worker CEUs, Psychology CEUs, MFT CEUs