If you are not bringing cultural background, race, moral beliefs and socioeconomic differences into the conversation during couples counseling, you are missing a critical step to be able to help your clients.
You may think it’s just a small disagreement they are bringing up in-session, but really the root of the disagreement could be embedded in cultural background, religious beliefs or how an individual was brought up. If you don’t help your struggling couples bring culture background/beliefs into the discussion, it turns into an argument of who is right and who is wrong and treatment progress is stalled.
Watch this workshop and learn how to provide your clients with the tools to clearly address cultural differences – even if they are addressing it for the first time individually or as a couple – so they can overcome racism, discrimination, socioeconomic, regional, educational or familial differences.
Watch three dynamic couples counseling experts Kia James EdD, LCPC, Monika Cope-Ward LCW-C, and Carol Ann Trotman LCPC that bring combined decades of experience with bi-racial, multiracial and cross-cultural couples and family counseling.
These experts will help you successfully identify, bring up and navigate cultural issues in the counseling relationship. Upon completing this seminar, you will be able to:
- Facilitate a healthy dialogue with your clients about culture and its role in their relationship
- Achieve a heightened awareness of personal unconscious biases and how those beliefs automatically influence work with couples of different backgrounds.
- Identify and define culture based on the perspective “what really matters to people” and the many ways it expresses itself through ethnicity, race and nationality.
- Improve their understanding of culture and subcultural components that impact the couplesocio/economic, religious, sexuality, gender, etc.
Purchase Today – Get the tools and ask the questions you were afraid to ask to empower your clients with your renewed confidence and cultural competency in couples counseling!