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Cultivating Cultural Humility for Mental Health Providers
3.0 CREDIT HOURS

Fulfills the Maryland Social Work NEW 3 Hour Cultural Humility Category I requirement. Learn more HERE

 

Course Overview: 

Cultural humility is an ethical obligation critical to an appropriate therapeutic alliance.  This interactive training will aid practitioners in developing and implementing strategies aimed at courageously identifying their personal biases and beliefs regarding diverse identity groups.  Specifically, training participants will be challenged to embrace an ongoing process of self-exploration and self-critique aimed to facilitate safety when supporting the clinical needs of others deemed “different.” Attendees will gain insights into trauma's intersectionality with cultural identity, differentiate between cultural competency and humility, and learn practical strategies for enhancing diversity appreciation. This training aims to foster client-driven practitioner learning while dismantling the power imbalances that often impede successful therapeutic outcomes. This training provides 3.0 CE credit hours accepted in 48+ states and fulfills the new cultural competency training requirement for Maryland Social Workers.

 

Presenter:

Chandra Dawson is a Licensed Independent Social Worker and Certified Grief Informed Professional with over 20 years of social work practice. Throughout her professional career, she has served various marginalized populations. A large portion of her career has been spent designing, managing, and implementing programs designed to meet the multifaceted needs of the underserved.  She has years of organizational experience providing crisis intervention, supervision, group facilitation, training, consultation, program/project management, and senior leadership to organizations. Those served include vulnerable populations such as gender-based violence survivors, homeless, economically marginalized, disability, HIV+, and other underserved groups.


Mrs. Dawson is also the founder of The MACRO Project, Inc., a social work consulting practice providing quality trauma-informed services to groups, organizations, and agencies representing various systems. Rooted in an intersectional equity framework, The MARCO Project is built upon the belief that trauma prevention and intervention require a focus on community and system-level functions and power imbalances.

 

Mrs. Dawson is deeply committed to promoting and facilitating healing strategies designed to address the intersecting issues of racial, gender, and economic oppression. She holds a Master of Social Work from the University of Maryland.

Sept 13, 2024: 10:45am-2pm ET | Cultural Humility Training | 3 Credit Hours

$69.00Price
  • Date Fri, September 13, 2024 
    Time: 10:45am-2:00pm Eastern Time
    Delivery Format: Live Online Interactive Training on Zoom
    Target Audience: Social Workers, Licensed Professional Counselors, Psychologists, Addictions Counselors, other mental health professionals
    Content Level: Beginner to Intermediate

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