9419 Common Brook Road Suite 208

Owings Mills, MD 21117

Tel: (410) 864-0211

Fax: (410) 618-4163

info@myiHEAL.com

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Continuing Education Program

Cultural Humility:

Fostering a Deeper Therapeutic Connection

Cultural humility is the ability to maintain an interpersonal stance that is other-oriented (or open to the other) in relation to aspects of cultural identity that are most important to the person.

 

This training will enhance practitioners’ capacity to build healthy relationships with both professionals and clients from different cultural backgrounds than themselves. Participants will gain new levels of self-respect, respect for others, and learn how to harmoniously engage with people from varying cultural backgrounds.

 

 

Learning Objectives

  • Define cultural competence and cultural humility.
  • Describe the role cultural competence plays in maintaining ethical standards of practice.

  • Identify ethically-appropriate and culturally competent approaches that can be implemented when engaging patients.

  • Engage in exercises to increase self-awareness, promote healthy professional and therapeutic relationships, and avoid harming others.

Workshop Offerings

Thursday, October 24, 2019

9:30am-1pm

CCBC - Owings Mills Campus

Room 509

10300 Grand Central Ave

Owings Mills, MD 21117

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Monday, December 9, 2019

9:30m-1pm

CCBC - Owings Mills Campus

Room 509

10300 Grand Central Ave

Owings Mills, MD 21117

Workshop Tuition

$39/person (Early Bird Registration) 10/28/19-12/4/19

$59/person (General Registration) 12/5/19-12/9/19

Continuing Education Credit

3 Credits for Maryland Clinicians

Maryland Psychologists

Professional Counselors (Category A)

Addiction Counselors (Category A)

Marriage & Family Therapists (Category A)

Social Workers (Category I)

Available as Webinar and Live Workshop

Workshop Co-sponsorship

This activity is being co-sponsored by the Maryland Psychological Association, the Maryland Psychological Association Foundation, and iHEAL. The Maryland Psychological Association is approved by the American Psychological Association to offer continuing education for psychologists. The Maryland Psychological Association maintains responsibility for the program and its content.

Questions?

CE@myiHEAL.com or (410) 864-0211 ext. 4

Dr. Rhonda Wilbon

Author   |   Professor of Social Work   |   Licensed Social Worker

 

Dr. Rhonda Wilbon is a clinical social worker, licensed in Maryland and Washington DC. A psychotherapist and professor with over 35 years of extensive clinical, research, and academic experience, she focuses on healing from previous life wounds and helping clients restore their sense of balance, harmony, and self-empowerment so they can live healthier, more holistic lives. 

 

She has expertise in cultural competence, Black families, sexual abuse, rape, sexual assault, and intimate partner violence and works with individuals, couples, and families.

Dr. Wilbon utilizes a training and therapeutic approach that creates a sense of trust and acceptance inspiring self-awareness and peace.

 

She has previously served as the first chair of the MSW Department (2008-2013) at Morgan State University. Currently, she is a full-time faculty member in the PhD Program at Morgan, teaching policy, theory, and dissertation preparation courses and chairing dissertation committees.

 

She is currently contracted with Routledge Publishing to produce an edited book on Trauma and Mental Health from an African Centered Perspective.