One of the fastest growing segments of the U.S. population is individuals of multiple heritage, so it is important for counselors to develop greater competency working with this population. This course examines the lives of contemporary multiple heritage couples, individuals, and families. Learn to recognize your own attitudes, biases, and beliefs and their possible impact. Discover useful interventions, strategies, and skills so you can provide effective, competent counseling services and strengthen your multicultural counseling advocacy. Registration deadline is two weeks prior to start. Dates: Feb 2-Mar 9 Instructors: Kelley Kenney, Ph.D. Mark Kenney Fee: $169 CEU/CEHs: 1.4 (14 hours)
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