Explore the history of Hmong people. Begin understanding Hmong gender roles, religion and spirituality, beliefs about health and wellness education, counseling considerations, and other psychosociocultural influences. This course is designed to familiarize you with necessary information that is critical to understanding the Hmong American population in the United States, including demographics and sociocultural and political histories. Specific concepts and frames of reference such as immigration, acculturation, identity (including the intersection of multiple identities), family structure, gender role socialization, religion and spirituality, beliefs about health and wellness, help seeking, and other relevant psychosociocultural influences will be discussed. Attention will be given to contemporary issues facing Hmong Americans as well as the diversity within. Dates: Nov 2-30 Instructor: Ava Yang, Ph.D. Fee: $79 CEU/CEHs: 0.7 (7 hours)
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