n the helping profession, not only do we work with individuals, families, and communities with diverse backgrounds, but we also interact with and work in diverse interdisciplinary teams as we support our clients. This training is designed to support providers with building on their current skills so that they can effectively engage and support diverse groups of people. In order to build on those skills, it is important to build on our awareness and understanding of cultural humility, which involves being open to the other. As we strengthen our ability to be open to the other, we will be open to shaping and adapting our support, interactions, and service delivery to be culturally responsive rather than taking a “one size fits all” way of delivering services.
Review definition of Cultural Humility and its relevance to service delivery.
Identify common challenges related to engaging diverse groups.
Review principles and strategies typically valued and applied from a cultural responsive lens.
Jeanette Lopez-Urbina, LCSW, has worked in the mental health/social services field for over 18 years. She has worked in various settings in Northern and Southern California, including residential and community-based services, through services such as Wraparound, therapy, and violence prevention work. Jeanette has worked extensively with youth and families, especially in the area of trauma, including supporting youth and families in specialized services that address gang involvement, sexual exploitation, immigration trauma, and issues related oppression, racism, and acculturation issues. Jeanette is a bilingual Salvadoran-American practitioner who enjoys practicing mostly from a social justice, relational, and psychodynamic approach. She currently holds a Private Practice in Berkeley, is a Clinical Supervisor for a local mental health agency in Oakland, CA, and is an instructor for Cal State East Bay.
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This course meets the qualifications for three (3) CEUs for LPCCs, LCSWs and MFTs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences and is provided by Lincoln under CAMFT's Continuing Education Provider Program (CEPA), #133478.
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