Supporting Diverse Populations in West Virginia: Practicing Cultural Humility

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Cultural Humility represents a behavioral health providers commitment to increasing awareness of how their own cultural identity, values, and views affect the way they practice their discipline and provide services. Cultural Humility does not promote the idea that practitioners are able to obtain "mastery" or full competence of another culture, rather they continuously engage in introspection and seek to learn from their clients.
This training will introduce participants to the concept of cultural humility, discuss the implications of cultural humility in service planning, and highlight practical applications for continuous self-reflection and introspection for behavioral health providers.
Register: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_zEakrU-DTDawcqWoEGPh5w

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