Culturally Adapted CBT with African American
Janeé M. Steele, PhD
Dr. Janee Steele, LPC presents on CBT Approach to Internalized Racism Among African Americans. During this 1-hour CE, counselors will review research on the use of CBT with African Americans and the impact of internalized racism on the mental health of African Americans.
This CE provides professional counselors with information to better understand the lived experiences of African Americans, historical influences of internalized racism, and strategies to inform how counselors can best serve African Americans with the use of culturally adapted CBT interventions.
1.Demonstrate a basic understanding of the cognitive behavioral therapy approach to internalized racism among African Americans including the cognitive conceptualization and treatment planning
2.Summarize the impact of internalized racism on the mental health of African Americans.
3.Discuss the cognitive-developmental model of internalized racism and implications of social justice advocacy as described by Dr. Janee Steele.
1 NBCC Hours; 0 CRCC Hours; 1 WA Hours; 0 APT Hours; 0 NAADAC Hours; 1 NY Hours; 0 Ethics Hours