Cultural Humility Begins with ME
This session introduces cultural humility and presents how this process differs from other culturally based training ideals.
While it’s important to provide culturally appropriate services it’s even more critical to understand and reflect on your personal practices and how they shape the quality of your interactions. Cultural humility focuses on self-awareness and how our personal beliefs, values and biases influence how we provide services. This session explains the differences between cultural competence and cultural humility. The impact of cultural humility on how we do our work will be discussed and helpful strategies and tools to foster critical self-reflection will be shared.
- Recognize the differences between cultural competence and cultural humility
- Explore how personal beliefs, values and biases influence how we provide services
- Identify tools and strategies for critical self-reflection to help build capacity for cultural humility
Dawn M. Thomas, PhD, OCPC, CMP
Prevention Systems Manager
Ohio Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services
This webinar is provided at no cost.
PF! will be applying for Prevention, Health Education, and Social Work CEUs