As supervisors working with clinicians serving diverse clients in this current sociopolitical and sociocultural landscape, we are tasked with understanding how to more effectively conceptualize their developmental needs. Not only so that they can serve their clients well, but also because most of them are impacted in varying ways by what is happening today, regardless of cultural background. So we are pressed to be able to intervene from more culturally-informed, and social justice-informed perspectives. Utilizing a case study and the new Cross-Cultural Civility-Mindset Developmental Model (developed and copyrighted by Dr. Sonja Sutherland), this training explores ways to engage in meaningful assessment of supervisee self-awareness and cultural humility and ways to facilitate conversation around cultural competence development. This training encompasses discussion of the 2016 Multicultural & Social Justice Counseling Competencies and the 2016 Multicultural Orientation Framework, and how they can be used within a stages of change model.
- Apply the understanding of worldview development of diverse supervisees to clinical supervision case conceptualization.
- Demonstrate use of a supervisee cultural competence development tool/rubric that can be put to immediate use with supervisees.
This course is the recording of a live webinar presented by Dr. Sonja Sutherland on April 9, 2021
This course was recorded 04/09/2021