California Cultures, and the Social and Psychological Implications of Socioeconomic Status

Price: $300.00
California Cultures, and the Social and Psychological Implications of Socioeconomic Status




This course is designed to meet 15 hours of instruction in California Cultures, and the Social and Psychological Implications of Socioeconomic Status for LPCC licensure in the state of CA.

15 CE Hours
Self-paced online course
$300



Presenters:

Rachyll Dempsey, Psy.D.
Simon Ferber, MA
Megan Hickey, MA
Suzan Ahmed, MA
Alison Coelho, MA


Topics in this course include:

1. Intergroup Relations

Learning Objectives: Participants will be able to define invisible identity; Participants will be able to name three types of microaggressions associated with invisible identities; Participants will be able to list three strategies to create a non-threatening therapeutic environment.


2. Disability

Learning Objectives: Participants will be able to identify the 10 different models of disability; Participants will be able to identify the 3 ways disability can impact emotional wellbeing; Participants will understand the difference between person first and identity first language.


3. Microagressions

Learning Objectives: Participants will be able to define “microaggression” and identify various types of microaggressions; Participants will be able to identify the domains in which microaggressions often occur; Participants will be able to describe potential psychological impact of microaggressions on those who experience them


4. Working with Men in Therapy

Learning Objectives: Participants will be able to recall three unique male challenges; Participants will be able to define masculine gender role stress; Participants will be able to describe three techniques used in working with traditionally masculine clients


5. Women in Immigration Issues

Learning Objectives: Participants will be able to define incidence and unique risk factors of intimate partner violence (IPV) in immigrant/refugee communities; Participants will be able to describe how immigration status is often used as a tool to control IPV; Participants will be able to identify different resources - within and outside of therapy - for immigrants/refugee women experience IVP


6. Culture of Poverty

Learning Objectives: Participants will be able to identify at least five differences between socioeconomic status (SES); Participants will be able to describe how individuals move from one class to another; Participants will be able to identify how organizations that are run from the middle-class paradigm can negatively impact individuals from poverty


7. Multiple Minorities

Learning Objectives: Participants will be able to define what is means to have multiple minority identity; Participants will be able to identify 5 impacts of multiple minority identify of an individual


8. Interaccial Relationships

Learning Objectives: Participants will be able to identify major historical incidents that have impacted and paved the way for interracial relationships; Participants will be able to identify 2 theoretical views on treating interracial couples; Participants will be able to identify 3 factors that impact interaccial relationships


9. Blended Families

Learning Objectives: Participants will be able to identify several types of Blended Families; Participants will be able to identify 3 factors that impact relationships of blended families; Participants will be able to identify 3 turning points in the developmental trajectories of blended families


10. Working with Clients of Size

Learning Objectives: Participants will be able to identify 3 ways that clients of size are discriminated against in society; Participants will be able to identify 3 challenges that clients of size face; Participants will be able to describe therapeutic practice for working with clients of size

 

 
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