In this course we discuss the values embedded in using a framework of cultural humility in mental health clinical practices. We explore the value of leading with curiosity and the benefits of ‘not knowing’. This conversation helps to make sense of terms, along with practice of cultural humility that lead to social justice through mental healthcare.
Decipher the differences between cultural humility versus cultural sensitivity, competence and other terms used in clinical training.
Discuss the major concepts associated with cultural humility and social justice, along with their place in mental healthcare.
Explore a personal path to leading with cultural humility to challenge social systems of injustice in clinical practice.
Cultural humility is one construct for understanding and developing a process-oriented approach to competency. But what does it mean?
Our panelists go further than cultural humility and Dr. Martha Morgan even coins it as honoring humanity. Dr. Adam Froerer points out that cultural humility / cultural competency / honoring humanity impacts whether we know it or not as may as well be aware.
We want to look beyond the cliche of “meeting people where they are” and talk about the intentionality piece of this meeting. This course explains how to honor yourself, your client, and the context.
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Addiction Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Professional/Mental Health Counselor, Social Worker
National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC), Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB)