Recorded from a live presentation on September 26, 2020
The notion of multicultural counseling suggests the application of counseling techniques to populations who may not trust or be well-served by those techniques. This course uses therapy stories to demonstrate what psychotherapy can be when clients' preferred ways of healing are honored and integrated in the therapy room.
Imagine the possibilities for people, most especially people from marginalized groups, being able to speak on behalf of their own healing. Instead of inviting people of non-European descent into Eurocentric models of healing, what if we instead invited in healing practices from our own communities? What might be possible if instead of ‘treating’ people solely through psychiatric and psychological knowledges, we co-created alternative knowledges with the people who consult us? Finally, what are the possibilities for how this practice might look in action? Autoethnographic practice stories of a Muslim man named “Madhi” facing discrimination in his community and a young black man named “Ray” entangled in the criminal justice system will be used to help take learners inside the therapy room.
1.5 Hours CE. Recorded Video Format (non-interactive). While stories are used with client permission, to protect their confidentiality, names and other identifying details have been changed.
Differentiate between multicultural counseling and cultural democracy
Define an anti-colonial stance is describe at least two ways it can manifest in therapy practice
Develop at least five therapeutic questions that actively address issues of systemic discrimination and inequity
1. Beyond multicultural counseling
b. Articulating needs
2. Cultural democracy as a potential alternative model
a. Assuming an anti-colonial stance
b. Translating that stance to practice
c. Discussing preferred mediums of healing and their utility for co-creation within a model of cultural democracy
3. Autoethnographic stories
4. Inviting these practices into our work to foster further innovation
Format and Length:
Recorded video format (non-interactive). Total running time 90 minutes.
Social and Cultural Competence
To obtain your CE certificate, you must progress through all course segments, complete a satisfaction survey, and obtain a score of 80% or higher on a course completion quiz. The course completion quiz can be retaken multiple times until passed.
Completion Quiz and Course Evaluation:
After watching course videos, the course completion quiz will be available to complete, followed by the course evaluation.
Who Should Attend:
Psychologists, counselors, masters or doctoral level clinical social workers, and marriage and family therapists
Publication and Review Dates:
Course Published: December 8, 2020
Financial Support Statement:
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Conflict of Interest Statement:
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