25TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE

BLACK LIVES MATTER TO CLINICIAN: MOVING BEYOND CULTURAL COMPETENCY IN AN ANTI-RACIST ERA

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Racially traumatic and stressful events that have occurred in recent years, most immediately highlighted by the death of George Floyd and others and subsequent protests around the country, illuminate the importance of ethical and clinical understanding of the continued effects of racism on mental health. Clinicians and therapists of all disciplines commit to increasing their knowledge and skill with regard to care of different cultures, as well as to uphold principles of diversity and equity in their fields. This workshop will explore ethical commitments to cultural sensitivity and humility, provide training on common diversity and equity-related terminology, discuss assessment and evaluation of racial stress and trauma, and review evidence-based practices in clinical care.

After completing this workshop, you will be able to:
1) Demonstrate understanding of ethical issues relating to cultural sensitivity and equity in their clinical profession; and,
2) Demonstrate knowledge of culturally sensitive/humble clinical assessment/intervention methods.

*Submission of the conference evaluation form indicates your completion of the entire program.

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