Cultural Humility: Responding to Self and Others
with Hannah Dufek, MA, LADC, LPCC
Live Stream- Fri September 29th 9-10:00am CST
1 Cultural Competency CEU
*This webinar is pending CEU approval from the MN Board of MFT
Description: Responding to cultural differences has been a topic of discussion for a number of years and continues to grow in importance as individuals from diverse backgrounds increasingly seek therapeutic services. Learning to use cultural humility in relationships allows participants to take the pressure off of knowing the “right thing to say” about different cultures and instead focus on the relationship being built by showing up as the whole self. Participants will learn how to identify their own intricate cultural identities so that they can reflect on ways that their human experiences show up in the therapy room. Participants will also learn how to repair cultural ruptures when there are inevitable misunderstandings or microaggressions that often occur in human interactions. By increasing cultural humility, conversations about culture will become more open, more honest, and more comfortable in order to create safe and effective therapeutic relationships.
Objectives: Participants will be able to define cultural humility and identify why it is important in relationships. - Participants will be able to name the three components that make up cultural humility. - Participants will reflect on their own aspects of identity using the ADDRESSING model. - Participants will begin to explore and describe ways to repair cultural ruptures.
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