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VIRTUAL EVENT BY HOPE PROGRAM

CULTURAL COMPETENCE VS. CULTURAL HUMILITY – CURRENT PERSPECTIVES

Elevate your counseling skills by delving into the realms of Cultural Competence and Cultural Humility. Join us for an insightful workshop with Pam Akins, LMFT & LPCC, a seasoned Clinical Supervisor with over 20 years of experience in mental health and social services.

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CULTURAL COMPETENCE VS. CULTURAL HUMILITY – CURRENT  PERSPECTIVES
CULTURAL COMPETENCE VS. CULTURAL HUMILITY – CURRENT  PERSPECTIVES

Time & Location

Dec 20, 2023, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM

VIRTUAL EVENT BY HOPE PROGRAM

About the event

What to Expect:

Learn the nuances of Cultural Competence vs. Cultural Humility

Define and discuss diversity, inclusion, and micro-aggressions

Explore the significance of being a culturally humble clinician

Identify unconscious bias and its manifestation in micro-aggressions

Articulate effective strategies to minimize micro-aggressions

Who Should Attend?

Criminal Justice Professionals

Social Workers

Counselors

Therapists

LGBTQ+ Advocates

Researchers

What You'll Gain:

Valuable Knowledge

Networking Opportunities

Certificate of Participation

About the speaker:

Pam Akins, LMFT & LPCC, is a Clinical Supervisor who has over 20 years’experience working in mental health and social services in foster care,residential treatment with adolescents with sexual behavior problems, and withparolees presenting with sexual behavior issues. She has worked at HOPE Programfor 8 years where she works with adult parolees with sexual offense issues,substance abuse, and mental health issues. Being a woman of African-American andNative American decent, differently abled, and lesbian, she shares manyperspectives in treating clients as a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist andLicensed Professional Clinical Counselor. When not at work, Pam can be foundwriting fiction and playing many of her handmade drums and flutes.

Educational Goals:

Understanding Cultural Competence vs. Cultural Humility

Define and discuss diversity, inclusion, and micro-aggressions

Culturally Humble Clinicians

Identify unconscious bias that manifests in micro-aggressions

Articulate strategies to minimize micro-aggressions

Measurable Learning Objectives:

Identify the difference between Cultural Competence and Cultural Humility 1.

Differentiate between Diversity and Inclusion 2.

Recognize and name the three types of microaggressions, with steps to managethem effectively

Tickets

  • VIRTUAL EVENT BY HOPE PROGRAM

    CULTURAL COMPETENCE VS.CULTURAL HUMILITY – CURRENTPERSPECTIVES Wednesday December 20th from 3:00 pm to 4:00pm

    $35.00
    +$0.88 service fee

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