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Addressing Clients’ Experiences of Racism: A Model

Title:
Addressing Clients’ Experiences of Racism: A Model for Clinical Practice
Presenter(s)/Author(s):
Krista M. Malott, PhD and Scott Schaefle, PhD
Description:
This article synthesizes the literature relevant to coping with racism to provide a 4-stage model for addressing clients’ discriminatory experiences. Major suggestions drawn from the literature include applying frameworks with a contextuallens, using broaching and eliciting skills to promote client exploration of racism and the effects of racism on persons of color, enhancing client racial and ethnic identities, and tailoring interventions to the clients’ culture and preferred coping strategies
Learning Objectives:
1.Synthesize professional literature relevant to coping with racism
2.Explore a four-stage model for addressing clients’ discriminatory experiences

CE Credit(s):
1 NBCC Hours; 0 CRCC Hours; 1 WA Hours; 0 APT Hours; 0 NAADAC Hours; 0 NY Hours; 0 Ethics Hours
NBCC ACEP No. 1000
May 18, 2015
Text-Based Continuing Education Product
1
$22.00
$42.00
$42.00
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Affirmative Intakes: Creating Intentional, Inclusive Forms

Title:
Affirmative Intakes: Creating Intentional, Inclusive Forms to Retain Diverse Clients
Presenter(s)/Author(s):
Shannon M. Skaistis, MS; Jennifer M. Cook, PhD; Dhanya Nair, MS; and Sydney C. Borden, BA
Description:
How do you ask about clients’ cultural identities on your intake paperwork? Did you ever receive specific training about how to do this? In this Session we present our research findings about how clinicians ask for cultural identities on intake paperwork. We identify common issues, the implicit messages clients may receive from initial paperwork and practical solutions for making your intake paperwork more inclusive, accurate and affirmative with the aim of attracting and retaining underserved client populations.
Learning Objectives:
1.Attendees will learn how to analyze the implicit messages their intake paperwork may be sending potential clients.
2.Attendees will be able to list and describe important factors to include on intake paperwork.
3.Attendees will gain the tools need to analyze their own intake paperwork so they are able to evaluate what changes may be needed and how to make such changes.
CE Credit(s):
1 NBCC Hours; 0 CRCC Hours; 1 WA Hours; 0 APT Hours; 0 NAADAC Hours; 1 NY Hours; 0 Ethics Hours
NBCC ACEP No. 1000
November 27, 2018
Video-Based Continuing Education Product
1
$29.00
$49.00
$49.00
Available for Immediate Download

Counseling Multiracial Populations: Strengths and Challenges

Title:
Counseling Multiracial Populations: Strengths and Challenges
Presenter(s)/Author(s):
Kimberlee Ratliff, EdD
Description:
Cultural competence is an ethical responsibility of counselors working with diverse clients. Join an interactive session exploring personal awareness, historical attitudes, identity development models, and needs/strengths of multiracial populations. This session will also examine use of creative counseling techniques, group counseling, and narrative therapy approaches with multiracial populations. Experiential activities will help bring the concepts to life as counselors develop new insights and skills.
Learning Objectives:
1.Analyze strengths and concerns of multiracial populations.
2.Develop cultural competence (awareness, knowledge) when working with multiracial individuals.
3.Recommend resources and evidence-based counseling techniques that may be effective when counseling multiracial clients.
CE Credit(s):
1.5 NBCC Hours; 0 CRCC Hours; 1.5 WA Hours; 0 APT Hours; 0 NAADAC Hours; 1.5 NY Hours; 0 Ethics Hours
NBCC ACEP No. 1000
May 08, 2019
Video-Based Continuing Education Product
1.5
$39.00
$59.00
$59.00
Available for Immediate Download

Course - Newly Arrived Afghan Refugees

Title:
Course - Newly Arrived Afghan Refugees
Presenter(s)/Author(s):
Freshta Taeb; Rosalind Ghafar Rogers, PhD; and Nadia Hashimi, MD
Description:
Part 1 of this two-part series will provide important background information about newly arrived Afghans, including a brief historical and cultural overview of Afghanistan, the events leading up to the U.S.-led evacuation, and the migration journey. Newly arrived Afghans’ experiences at “safe havens” and resettlement in the U.S. will then be discussed with an emphasis on challenges in resettlement and the complex mental health and psychosocial issues that result when trauma and daily stressors interact within the context of resettlement.
Part 2 of this series will provide more specific information on the mental health challenges faced by newly arrived Afghans and highlight culturally responsive counseling approaches and strategies for Afghan clients with mental health issues. Practical strategies to build rapport with Afghan clients and therapeutic dos and don’ts will be discussed, as well. Case studies or vignettes will be presented throughout the recorded session based on the presenters’ real-world experiences working with newly arrived Afghans.
Learning Objectives:
Part
1: 1. Describe cultural characteristics, and political experiences of newly arrived Afghans.
2. Name major challenges and stressors that newly arrived Afghans experience in resettlement.
3. Name five of the most prevalent mental health and psychosocial issues and how they manifest among newly arrived Afghans.
Part 2:
1. List at least two cultural norms that may impact an Afghan client’s mental health and treatment, as well as the counseling relationship.
2. Describe practical, culturally responsive strategies to build rapport with newly arrived Afghan clients, and what to avoid doing to help prevent ruptures.
3. Identify culturally congruent strategies for counseling Afghan clients experiencing domestic violence, depression/anxiety, or self-harm/suicidal ideation.
CE Credit(s):
2 NBCC Hours; 2 (CRC and CVE) CRCC Hours; 2 WA Hours; 0 APT Hours; 0 NAADAC Hours; 2 NY Hours; 0 Ethics Hours
NBCC ACEP No. 1000
April 03, 2023
Video-Based Continuing Education Product
2
$49.00
$69.00
$69.00
Available for Immediate Download

Crisis in Ukraine: What Counselors Need to Know

Title:
Crisis in Ukraine: What Counselors Need to Know
Presenter(s)/Author(s):
Joshua Kreimeyer, PhD
Description:
Crisis in Ukraine: What Counselors Need to Know (Kreimeyer & Woodson-campbell, 2022) features Dr. Joshua D. Kreimeyer, who has led and collaborated in groundbreaking efforts to bring trauma-informed counseling to Ukraine. This Continuing Professional Development resource provides counselors with a rationale to explain the differences between counseling and other mental health professions, demonstrate cultural sensitivity and awareness of Ukrainian culture, and identify ethical and professional counseling practices when working with Ukrainian clients.
Learning Objectives:
1.Explain the differences between counseling and other mental health professions
2.Demonstrate cultural sensitivity and awareness of Ukrainian culture
3.Identify ethical and professional counseling practices when working with Ukrainian clients
CE Credit(s):
1.5 NBCC Hours; 0 CRCC Hours; 1.5 WA Hours; 0 APT Hours; 0 NAADAC Hours; 0 NY Hours; 1.5 Ethics Hours
NBCC ACEP No. 1000
August 01, 2022
Video-Based Continuing Education Product
1.5
$15.50
$26.00
$26.00
Available for Immediate Download

Living in the Shadows: Working with Children Impacted by the

Title:
Living in the Shadows: Working with Children Impacted by the Fear of Deportation
Presenter(s)/Author(s):
Lizet Lizardo, MA; Ivelisse Torres Fernandez, PhD; and Dora Caro, BA
Description:
Millions of families in the United States, children included, endure profound disruption due to the deportation of one or more family members. Potential consequences of fear of parental deportation will be discussed followed by an introduction to several creative interventions that may be helpful in working with children of undocumented parents. Implications for counselors, counselor educators and researchers will also be included.
Learning Objectives:
1.Gain a general understanding of the potential familial, marital, financial, and psycho-social consequences of fear of parental deportation on children.
2.Learn about implications and recommendations for working with immigrant children affected by deportations.
3.Learn about creative interventions that may be useful in helping children impacted by fear of parental deportation.
CE Credit(s):
1 NBCC Hours; 0 CRCC Hours; 1 WA Hours; 0 APT Hours; 0 NAADAC Hours; 0 NY Hours; 0 Ethics Hours
NBCC ACEP No. 1000
November 27, 2018
Video-Based Continuing Education Product
1
$29.00
$49.00
$49.00
Available for Immediate Download

Multicultural Career Counseling: Limitations of Tradition

Title:
Multicultural Career Counseling: Limitations of Traditional Career Theory and Scope of Training and Using the Genogram for Career Assessment and Intervention With an Economically Disadvantaged Client
Presenter(s)/Author(s):
Kathy M. Evans, PhD; Viki P. Kelchner, PhD; Donna M. Gibson, PhD; and Julia V. Taylor, PhD
Description:
The first chapter explores how diverse clients fit into existing career development theories and consider how well these theories explain and support the experiences of clients, The second chapter introduces the career genogram as a postmodern tool for working with clients who are considered economically disadvantaged.
Learning Objectives:
1.Explore how diverse clients fit into existing career development theories
2.Understand how career development theories explain and support the experiences of a wide range of diverse clients
3.Examine how the career genogram can be used with economically disadvantaged clients
CE Credit(s):
1 NBCC Hours; 0 CRCC Hours; 1 WA Hours; 0 APT Hours; 0 NAADAC Hours; 1 NY Hours; 0 Ethics Hours

This CE is based on an ACA book. Click Postmodern Career Counseling: A Handbook of Culture, Context, and Cases to view the Table of Contents and purchase the book.
NBCC ACEP No. 1000
September 14, 2016
Text-Based Continuing Education Product
1
$22.00
$42.00
$42.00
Available for Immediate Download

Multicultural Counseling with Immigrant and Refugee

Title:
Multicultural Counseling with Immigrant and Refugee Communities
Presenter(s)/Author(s):
Courtland Lee, PhD; Vivan Lee, EdD; and John Duggan, EdD
Description:
Immigrant, Migrant, and Refugee communities face unique challenges when moving to a new country and culture. Drs. Vivian and Courtland Lee spent two years in Malta exploring and studying these cultures to gain an understanding of how to better counsel these groups, including asylum seekers. Understanding the motivation behind the decision to leave one’s home, and the relationship between acculturative stress and quality of life are key to understanding the counseling needs of the immigrant and refugee population.
Learning Objectives:
1.Learn to identify the stressors faced by migrant and refugee groups.
2.Better understand how stressors affect the coping skills of this population.
3.Understand the importance of assessing the cultural context of a client.
CE Credit(s):
1 NBCC Hours; 0 CRCC Hours; 1 WA Hours; 0 APT Hours; 0 NAADAC Hours; 0 NY Hours; 0 Ethics Hours
NBCC ACEP No. 1000
September 13, 2017
Video-Based Continuing Education Product
1
$29.00
$49.00
$49.00
Available for Immediate Download

Newly Arrived Afghan Refugees: What Counselors Need to Know

Title:
Newly Arrived Afghan Refugees: What Counselors Need to Know, Part 2
Presenter(s)/Author(s):
Freshta Taeb; Rosalind Ghafar Rogers, PhD; and Nadia Hashimi
Description:
Part 2 of this series will provide more specific information on the mental health challenges faced by newly arrived Afghans and highlight culturally responsive counseling approaches and strategies for Afghan clients with mental health issues. Practical strategies to build rapport with Afghan clients and therapeutic dos and don’ts will be discussed, as well. Case studies or vignettes will be presented throughout the recorded session based on the presenters’ real-world experiences working with newly arrived Afghans.
Learning Objectives:
1. List at least two cultural norms that may impact an Afghan client’s mental health and treatment, as well as the counseling relationship. 2. Describe practical, culturally responsive strategies to build rapport with newly arrived Afghan clients, and what to avoid doing to help prevent ruptures. 3. Identify culturally congruent strategies for counseling Afghan clients experiencing domestic violence, depression/anxiety, or self-harm/suicidal ideation.
CE Credit(s):
1 NBCC Hours; 1 (CRC and CVE) CRCC Hours; 1 WA Hours; 0 APT Hours; 0 NAADAC Hours; 1 NY Hours; 0 Ethics Hours
NBCC ACEP No. 1000
April 03, 2023
Video
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
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Newly Arrived Afghan Refugees: What Counselors Need to Know

Title:
Newly Arrived Afghan Refugees: What Counselors Need to Know, Part 1
Presenter(s)/Author(s):

Description:
Part 1 of this two-part series will provide important background information about newly arrived Afghans, including a brief historical and cultural overview of Afghanistan, the events leading up to the U.S.-led evacuation, and the migration journey. Newly arrived Afghans’ experiences at “safe havens” and resettlement in the U.S. will then be discussed with an emphasis on challenges in resettlement and the complex mental health and psychosocial issues that result when trauma and daily stressors interact within the context of resettlement.
Learning Objectives:
1. Describe cultural characteristics, and political experiences of newly arrived Afghans. 2. Name major challenges and stressors that newly arrived Afghans experience in resettlement. 3. Name five of the most prevalent mental health and psychosocial issues and how they manifest among newly arrived Afghans.
CE Credit(s):
1 NBCC Hours; 1 (CRC and CVE) CRCC Hours; 1 WA Hours; 0 APT Hours; 0 NAADAC Hours; 1 NY Hours; 0 Ethics Hours
NBCC ACEP No. 1000
April 03, 2023
Video
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
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