Race and culture is often overlooking in initial counselling and psychotherapy training (Lago, 2011, 2021). In this workshop we aim to help you understand why core competence in race, culture and antidiscrimination matters so you can situate your learning.
"Counselling professionals need to recognize that race, culture, and ethnicity are functions of each and everyone of us" (Derald Wing Sue). Race and culture theoretical frame is applicable to each and everyone of us and our clients. But Why?
We will explore interactively themes of universalism, relationship dynamics, anti-oppressive practice, adaptation and more. For each of the areas we will provide a mixture of theoretical insights based on research and lived experience, useful models, composite case studies, and questions for reflection.
We will describes further training offered by The Anti-Discrimination Foundation (#TADF), and feedback from participants on this. See www.tadf.uk
After this workshop, you will be able to:
- explain why race and culture core competence is vital
- recognise the possible consequences of not being core competent
- understand what it takes to be core competent
- consider options for core competence training and certification.
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About this course
- 2 lessons
- 1.5 hours of video content