Improve your practice and serve your clients better by becoming more culturally competent. Delve into how demographics, historical factors, and sociopolitical issues influence mental health for African Americans in the United States. Develop greater sensitivity to how racial identity development, the intersection of multiple identities, acculturation, cultural values, religion and spirituality, traditional health beliefs, gender role socialization, and social class and influential contemporary issues affect your African American clients. Registration deadline is two weeks prior to start. Dates: May 4-31 Instructor: India Gray Fee: $79 CEU/CEHs: 0.7 (7 hours)
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