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Ethics of Cultural Competency in Behavioral Health

Winston-Salem, NC


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5.5 NBCC Credit Hours have been approved

This unique interactive experience is an exploration of what "cultural
competency" means in today's world, from the perspective of how
cultural influences impact our perceptions, particularly in behavioral
health-related businesses. A range of culturally relevant topics will be
addressed that directly impact the worldview and ethical behavior of
professionals. Several group activities will be interactive, and
experiential activities will be used to examine and discuss into these
topics in relevant and meaningful ways.

In addition, we will be discussing the information in DSM-5 which
encourages cultural awareness in clinical settings and provides the
tools to do so. For this reason, participants are encouraged to bring a
copy of the DSM-5 if available.

Objectives:
ô To describe "culture" by exploring the range of topics and
areas that can and should be addressed, particularly in
behavioral health settings.
ô Identify one's own cultural perspective, and describe how this
perspective influences behavior
ô Utilize skills and tools available in DSM-5 that can be
implemented working with clients through the lens of culture,
including during clinical screening and assessments
ô Evaluate possible ethical dilemmas involving cultural issues in
the workplace and address how these can be resolved from a
practical standpoint using professional codes of ethics

Faculty:
Joanna Linn Ph.D., LPC, LPCS, LCAS, CCS
Dr. Joanna Linn is the Strategic Initiatives and Special Projects Director at NC
Council of Community Programs. Dr. Linn has been a substance abuse
counselor and clinical supervisor in rural NC outpatient programs as well as
hospital settings. Her experience also includes working at the organizational
oversight level and as a college instructor. She has presented at multiple
organizational, state, regional, and national conferences and has been a past
chair of the Cutting Edge Techniques committee of the IAAOC division of the
American Counseling Association. Dr. Linn brings a personal and professional
focus on multicultural issues as a broad perspective of our experiences and
culture, and their application to the significant questions of our time and
professional life.

Michelle Edelen, MBA, Policy Advisor for Community Affairs
Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance
Abuse Services
Ms. Edelen is a seasoned professional in the area cultural competency and
diversity. She has presented in this area within State government and consulted
externally in the private sector. Ms. Edelen brings a unique perspective to the
discussion of ethics in cultural competency because she has studied the subject
and she has lived the experience. A product of the south where biases have been
tolerated but are beginning to be rooted out through collaboration, conversation and
education, Ms. Edelen is poised and ready to help those who want to grow in this
area. She uses her business acumen to help business owners understand the
impact cultural competency has on their bottom line as well as the impact on their
workforce.

Location
  Cardinal Innovation Healthcare- Triad Community Office
4045 University Parkway, The Point Room (236)
Winston-Salem, NC 27106
United States


Dates
 
Start: Monday Mar 20, 2017 9:00 AM
End: Monday Mar 20, 2017 4:00 PM

Prices
 
Free - $40.00

Contact
 
Email: e2837151@staticfiles.com

Availability
  23 sold out of 23 total

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