27. January 2020 - 9:00 till 12:00
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Cultural Humility & Ethics in Mental Health Assessments | Provided by Huckleberry House | Monday, 27. January 2020

Cultural Humility & Ethics in Mental Health Assessments
Jan 27th, 2020 9 am - Noon 


What You'll Learn:


How to ask, identify, and explore a client's cultural identity


Learn common considerations, issues, and barriers of different populations


Enhance the type and format of questions asked about cultural


Improve overall cultural humility


Participants will explore how cultural humility plays a role in the mental health  assessment process from rapport building to gathering needed information. Focus will be on learning about various populations and important information to gather. Practice using cultural appropriate terms and phrases in questions, as well as participate in activities that build your own cultural identity awareness, implicit bias understanding, and understanding the impact of privilege.


Approved by the SOH, CSWMFTB for 3 CEU hours of ethics; approved for Social Workers and Counselors. Provider # RSX031901, RCX071902


Target Audience: Social Workers, Counselors, and Mental Health Professionals, with beginner to intermediate experience



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