Cultural Humility and Cultural Competence in Counseling

March 6, 2023 – 9 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. (Live, Interactive Webinar)

 

Workshop Overview:

The goal of this interactive workshop “Cultural Humility and Cultural Competency in Counseling” will discuss the concepts of cultural humility and cultural competence in the counseling profession. Workshop participants will be introduced into the differences between cultural competence and cultural humility. Participants will be able to differentiate between the two and be able to identify at least two problems association with the concept of cultural competence. Participants will learn about the origin of race as it is defined in the United States, and how our conceptions differ from other cultures. Workshop participants will be introduced to four different code of ethics, how they define our need to be culturally competent, and whether they even address cultural humility. Both large and small group exercises on cultural awareness will occur throughout this workshop.
 

Workshop Objectives:

By attending this conference you will be able to do the following:

  1. 1. Workshop participants will be able identify at least two differences between cultural humility and cultural competence.

  2. 2. Workshop participants will be able to identify two problems associated with cultural competence.

  3. 3. Workshop participants will be able to differentiate which code of ethics include both cultural competence and cultural humility and which ones only address the need for cultural competency.

  4. 4. Workshop participants will be able to identify the origins of racial classifications in the US and how they are currently defined.

  5. 5. Workshop participants will be able to list at least two questions to help ascertain an organization’s cultural competence.

 

Workshop Date:

March 6, 2023
Workshop hours: 9:00 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.

 

Workshop Format:

Live Interactive Webinar using the Zoom Platform
 

Registration Information:

Click Here for the Brochure!

REGISTER NOW FOR MARCH 6, 2023
 

Webinar Interaction:

This will be a live, interactive webinar using the Zoom platform. We will have interaction utilizing real-time questions and answers, Zoom polling questions, and breakout room small group exercises.
 

How do I obtain my certificate of completion in a Webinar World?:

Certificates of completion will be awarded at the end of the workshop day to participants who meet our requirements. We will determine conference attendance through Zoom logs (as Zoom tracks when people enter and leave a conference), ensuring participants were attending during the entire conference. NOTE: You must use your own computer, if you and an office mate are attending the conference, do not surf off somebody else’s monitor because Zoom will state you weren’t in attendance. Your fillable PDF workshop evaluation will be emailed to you prior to the conference. Please fill out this evaluation and email it back to us at the same email address that sent you the evaluation. PDF Certificates of completion will be emailed to participants within 48 hours upon the return of the workshop evaluation.
 

Credentialing Information:

This course is approved for 3 NBCC Clock Hours (LPC, LAC, LCADC, CADC, LMFT, LAMFT, LCSW, LSW) of continuing education (NBCC Provider #6532). NJ Social Workers: We have applied for approval from the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program.
 
Course Content Level:

Social Workers: Course content for this workshop is beginner/intermediate level.
 

Cancellation/Reimbursement Policy:

Valid requests must be received in writing/email within seven (7) days of course date. Late requests for this 1 day workshop can only bring in a substitute attendee or receive credit for a future workshop date. All refunds are subject to a $15.00 processing fee. If paid by credit card, an additional $4.04 fee will be assessed to cover the cost of PayPal processing charges on credit cards. Refund requests require 2-3 weeks processing time and will be issued as a check as is our policy.

Privacy Policy:

Advanced Counselor Training keeps all information private. None of your information will go out to any other vendors, marketers, or other 3rd party applications or programs. On-line sign-up is done via a secured, encrypted server and any hard copy information sent to Advanced Counselor Training is stored in a locked, secure location.

Grievance Policy:

Valid grievance requests must be received in writing/email within ten days of workshop date, or can be provided in person directly after the workshop. Every attempt will be made to resolve a grievance with a complainant at the time of the grievance. Should this not be resolved, the complainant will be provided further grievance procedures to follow including contacting the Licensed Professional Counselor Committee at the Division of Consumer Affairs at (973) 504-6415, and/or contacting NBCC at (336) 547-0607, to report the nature of the unresolved grievance.

Any social worker not pleased with the complaint resolution provided by Advanced Counselor Training, LLC may appeal to the CE accrediting entity or their jurisdictional board. The State Board of Social Worker Examiners at the Division of Consumer Affairs can be reached at (973) 504-6495.

Disability Accommodations:

If you need any accommodations due to a disability, please contact Advanced Counselor Training, LLC upon registration to the workshop. We can be reached at 732-544-2189 or via email at info@clinicalsupervisor.net.
 

Previous Webinar Feedback:

I know what you’re thinking … a webinar? Really? Yes, and I solemnly swear to do my best to not make this a snooze fest! Here is recent feedback from previous webinars:
 
“I really enjoyed the trainer’s ability of making the presentation personable and comfortable for participation by the audience.” – November, 2022

“The trainer had a lot of information about cultural issues presented in a different way.” – November, 2022

“The instructor was very transparent as well as informative in communicating cultural issues.” – November, 2022

“This was the best course I have had during my entire 30 year career. Hard not to pay attention since I was laughing the through most of it. Great sense of humor while presenting this material. Easier to learn when the instructor is presenting in this fashion.” – October, 2022

“Glenn did an incredible job presenting the information in a way that was interesting and engaging. It will certainly be helpful in my everyday practice. I would attend any trainings done by Glenn. Zoom trainings can be daunting, and often I end up multitasking, but i paid attention during the entire full day training.” – October, 2022

“Maintaining audience attention via Zoom for 4 days is difficult to achieve, yet this facilitator mastered this difficult task. He was extremely engaging and creative, and equally knowledgeable about clinical supervision best practices.” – September, 2022

This entire workshop was beyond my expectations!! I learned so much valuable information and was engaged throughout the entire presentation. Glenn Duncan should be the only one allowed to teach this course, as he can knowledge beyond his years. I wish Glenn Duncan could be every professional’s supervisor, as he is spot on. I love the information displayed during our breaks.” – July, 2022
 

Workshop Timed Agenda:

8:30 am – Zoom webinar opens for attendees to enter, workshop begins at 9 a.m.

  • 9:00 AM – What qualities should all counselors have (30 min)
  • A. From difference to similarities large group discussion on qualities all counselors should possess.

  • B. Cultural Competence defined.

  • C. Cultural Humility defined.

     

  • 9:30 AM – Code of Ethics on Cultural Humility and Cultural Competence (1 hour)
  • A. Culture and accepting gifts (large group discussion).

  • B. NBCC Code of Ethics on cultural competency.

  • C. NAADAC Code of Ethics on cultural competency and cultural humility.

  • D. ACA Code of Ethics on cultural competence.

  • E. NASW Code of Ethics on cultural competence and cultural humility.

  • F. State licensure requirements for cultural competency.

     

  • 10:30 AM – (15 Minute Morning Break)
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  • 10:45 AM – Defining Race in the United States (30 min)
  • A. Definitions of culture, ethnicity and race.

  • B. History of racial classifications in the US – the US Census.

  • c. History of “Hispanic/Latino” racial classification in the US.

  • D. Comparative discussion in terms of how other countries define race.

  • E. Legal status in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and nationally.

     

  • 11:15 AM – Cultural Humility, Culturally Responsive Supervision and Organizational Culture (1 hour)
  • A. Component parts of cultural humility and origins of this perspective.

  • B. What took so long for cultural humility to become well known?

  • C. Case Study – Using both cultural competence and cultural humility.

  • D. Culturally responsive supervision and organizational culture.

  • E. Small group exercise: discussion of bias in an organizational setting.

     

  • 12:15 pm – Question and answer period, instructions on how to obtain PDF of certificate of completion.

 

$75 Early Registration per workshop day (by 02/20/23)
$90 Late Registration per workshop day (from 02/21/23 – 03/04/23)

 
Target Audience:

Substance Use Counselors, Clinical Directors, Professional Counselors, Social Workers, DMHAS Licensed Facilities and Case Managers, LCADCs, CADCs.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

1) Which licensures are these clock hours approved for?

This course is NBCC approved thus it is good for LPCs, LACs, LCADCs, CADCs, LMFTs, LAMFTs, LSWs and LCSWs. Social Workers you also accept NBCC approved courses as per your continuing education licensure regulations: 13:44G-6.4(c)(12) SOURCES OF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS AND CREDIT-HOUR CALCULATIONS (page 19). However, just to be sure we have this announcement. NJ Social Workers: We have applied for approval from the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program.

2) Will this workshop count towards the 3 hours needed for NJ LCADCs/CADCs, LCSWs/LSWs, LPCs/LACs, LMFT/LAMFT in social and cultural competence training every biennial period?

YES! This course will provide that 3 clock hour training requirement, not only required in NJ but in many states. This webinar is accessable to anybody as long as your state allows NBCC approved workshops to count towards continuing education.

3) Will this workshop only be held as a live, interactive webinar?

The pandemic has shown us that live, interactive webinars provide us with the ease of being able to do continuing education remotely. We plan to go back to offering these workshops in both interactive webinar and live workshops formats. However, we will only do go back to live workshops when it is safe to do so, and when we feel enough people would support coming out to a live in-person workshop.

4) If the workshop is presented in both a live, interactive webinar and as an in-person training, will this workshop be offered in a hybrid fashion (e.g., open to either those attending in person or via webinar simultaneously)?

No! We currently do not have approval for the hybrid format, nor are we seeking approval for the hybrid format. Therefore, the entire workshop must be taken either as a live, interactive webinar or as an in-person live workshop, and will only be offered as such.