This course meets the Compass Health requirement for annual cultural competency training.
Talking about topics like identity, difference, and oppression can raise anxiety for many people, and yet we must have the conversation in our communities and our lives in order to be more inclusive and culturally competent.
- What are the fears and common pitfalls that keep us from broaching topics like race, gender, class, etc.?
- What are ways we might engage more authentically, respectfully, and effectively across difference?
Learn to participate in truly courageous conversations.
Some material will be a review of items previously taught by this presented by the presenter.
What participants are saying:
“This presentation gave me insight to myself of and how I think and respond to differences and steps moving forward to challenge and change.”
“Loved it. Presenter described cultural sensitivity in a clear manner.”
“Watching myself and language better. Great skills outlined for handling situations.”
“Better ideas for how to handle common challenges.”
“It helps me to interact with clearer intentions and bring to light how my actions/word could impact others.”
About the presenter:
Rosetta Eun Ryong Lee, experienced educator and diversity consultant whose passion and expertise ranges from science and ethics for middle school students, gender equity in STEM education, cross-cultural communication, gender bias, relational aggression, identity development, anti-bullying, brain and learning, and more. Driven toward empowering youth to make a better future for themselves and their communities, and at the same time working with adults to help create inclusive communities that will help empower youth of all races, ethnic origins, genders, abilities, sexual orientations, and other identities.
Who should attend this class?
Open to all. Especially good for those meeting a Cultural Competency training requirement.
3 Continuing Education Credits from NASW WA (Includes 4 law & ethics credits): Licensed Social Workers, Marriage/Family Counselors, and Mental Health Counselors.
3 OSPI Clock Hours for educators.
As the class begins promptly, please arrive ten minutes early. Those who arrive late may be asked to leave without a refund or credit.
Those who stay to the end of class will receive a certificate of completion. Certificates will not be issued to those leaving early.
Electronic confirmation will be sent to you upon receipt of payment. After registration is received, an Outlook Invitation with details and the exact location will be sent. Accept the invitation and we will know you are coming. If you have paid and do not receive an Outlook Invitation in three to five days, please contact us. We do not allow drop-ins.
Please contact the Training Department at least ten days prior to the training if you require special accommodations.
Cancellations must be made emailed and received no later than seven days prior to the event. No refund or credit will be made after that date without prior approval. If we cancel the training, registrants will be offered the next class or a full refund.
Contact us if you would like to pay for the class with a payment method other than a credit card.