Event Title

Training culturally-responsive health professionals through the use of conversation and relationships

Speaker's Credentials

SPEAKER'S CREDENTIALS: Assistant Professor of Family Therapy; Instructor of Diversity in Family Therapy Course; SAMHSA Minority Fellow Alumni

Location

Terry

Format

Workshop

Start Date

26-1-2013 1:00 PM

End Date

26-1-2013 2:00 PM

Abstract

OBJECTIVES: The session will examine innovative strategies for training health professionals to provide culturally inclusive and responsive services through unique in-class conversations and the use of collaborative group processes.

TEACHING METHODS: The session will be interactive. Participants will have the opportunity to participate in an experiential activity that highlights how conversations of power and privilege can benefit both service providers and clients.

CONTENT OVERVIEW: The content of this workshop is divided into a brief overview of the training strategy, an experiential activity, discussion, and questions from participants for both Dr. Ajayi and former students.

PROJECT IMPACT: Participants will gain exposure to a training process that is intended to increase professional sensitivity to issues of social justice and inclusion by helping professionals.

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Jan 26th, 1:00 PM Jan 26th, 2:00 PM

Training culturally-responsive health professionals through the use of conversation and relationships

Terry

OBJECTIVES: The session will examine innovative strategies for training health professionals to provide culturally inclusive and responsive services through unique in-class conversations and the use of collaborative group processes.

TEACHING METHODS: The session will be interactive. Participants will have the opportunity to participate in an experiential activity that highlights how conversations of power and privilege can benefit both service providers and clients.

CONTENT OVERVIEW: The content of this workshop is divided into a brief overview of the training strategy, an experiential activity, discussion, and questions from participants for both Dr. Ajayi and former students.

PROJECT IMPACT: Participants will gain exposure to a training process that is intended to increase professional sensitivity to issues of social justice and inclusion by helping professionals.