Start Date: 10/23/2020
End Date: 10/24/2020
About this Event
For a deep look into intercultural work and a solid way to increase cultural effectiveness, please consider joining me for my two-day workshop!
Intercultural communication is not generally taught in psychology, social work, or counseling graduate diversity classes. This is an opportunity to learn about how to “fill a gap” in your training.
Schedule is amendable to those on the East to West Coast!
Some of the topics covered include:
• How intercultural communication (IC) differs from traditional approaches to diversity used in psychology, and how it is complementary
• Intercultural sensitivity (it is a precursor for intercultural effectiveness and needed for intercultural empathy)
• CQ and 12 key cultural dimensions for an effective cultural analysis
• Apply the dimensions to culture and emotion, conflict, and interactions
• Client applications and related exercises
• Learn how starting with culture-general models can contribute to decreased bias
• Working at the intersection of intercultural communication and social justice
Please see www.bookmarkconnections.com for more details about this workshop. Thank you.
This is a live online event for synchronous learning (Zoom); there will be no recording.
Licensed mental health professionals:
This workshop is designed to meet the criteria for the Oregon Cultural Competency Continuing Education requirement.
Continuing Education Credit is provided by Commonwealth Educational Seminars for the following professions (see PDF on website for additional details):
Psychologists, Social Workers, LPC/LMFT's.
It is the participant's responsibility to check with their individual state boards to verify CE requirements for their state.
Please see the Events page at www.bookmarkconnections.com for more information.
9.5 CE hours
**Early bird & student discounts end September 23rd!**
This workshop is for mental health professionals, but advanced graduate students (e.g., psychology, social work, counseling) interested in this topic are welcome. People in related fields (e.g., education, healthcare, JEDI) are also welcome, but with the understanding that the focus will be for mental health professionals.
Intermediate Level: This workshop is intended for participants who have taken a graduate course in diversity or completed at least one diversity/multicultural/social justice training prior. You do not need to have any knowledge or background in intercultural communication to attend.
Registration details: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/an-intercultural-approach-to-diversity-tickets-116278846159?utm_campaign=post_old_publish&utm_content=shortLinkViewMyEvent&utm_medium=email&utm_source=eventbrite