Cultural Competence in Our Field: The Why, The What, The Where
September 12, 2017 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
*Our September webinar is co-sponsored by the Massachusetts Adolescent Sex Offender Coalition (MASOC) and the Massachusetts Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (MATSA).
Description: Cultural competence is the ability to work effectively across cultural differences. This workshop introduces participants to the 5 essential domains of cultural competence and explains why they are so important in delivery of clinical and social service delivery.
Learning Objectives: Participants will understand the 5 domains of cultural competence and understand the value of cultural competence in the assessment and treatment of racialized clients. Participants will see the application of cultural competence to Black male sexual victimization.
You can view the YouTube recording of this webinar here.
You can access the PowerPoint slides for this presentation here.
**Our CE process has recently changed. Please read carefully!
1. Please go to the following website to purchase CE credits BEFORE YOU REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR ITSELF: www.orlandobehaviorhealth.org. Using the PayPal button for the correct course or webinar, select your license type using the dropdown menu for the course/webinar by following the NEARI link on top of the website (www.orlandobehaviorhealth.org/NEARI.html), and select the menu item for the correct webinar or course.
2. The questions and final post-test evaluation are available directly via links on the CE course listing on the Orlando Behavior Health services website. After you attend the webinar, please follow the links to complete your post-test evaluation.
3. Answer the test questions and save the test with your answers and post-test in a Word document.
CE type requested (currently only available for psychologists and social workers):
5. You must achieve at least 80% correct answers to receive CEs.
6. Once your test is confirmed as correct, Orlando Behavior Health Services will email your CE certificate.