NOTE: This Course Comes in 3 Versions
To Order as 6 CE $66.00
Divisions within cultures can be as challenging as divisions across culture. However, mental health concerns do not discriminate. Mental illness is found across the country, across social class, and across culture. According to the World Health organization, in developed countries like the United States, mental health issues rank second only to cardiovascular disease as a leading cause of disability. When addressing cultural competence in mental health, we need to consider access, definition, and communication. If we do not understand the language, the cultural values, beliefs and traditions of our clients, we will not be well equipped to diagnose or treat their issues. Let us agree that not all people from any class, race, ethnicity, or neighborhood behave in the same ways in the same circumstances. We can say that all people are created equal; yet, we must not be blind to the privilege that is inherent in being a member of the dominant culture. The categories used to describe groups of people are imperfect, but we must do our best to understand the impact of color in our society and understand and respect the added challenges and pressures our society adds to the life of individuals. In this course you will be introduced to standards for cultural competence, review the Surgeon’s General Report of Race, Ethnicity and Mental Health and explore resources for greater understanding of the cultures, who comprise your community, your practice and your life.
1) WILL BE ABLE TO LIST THE CLINICAL ISSUES OF CULTURAL COMPETENCE.
2) WILL BE ABLE TO DESCRIBE THE DIFFERENT CLINICAL ISSUES, ATTITUDES AND VALUES WITHIN DIFFERENT CULTURES.
3) WILL BE ABLE TO DISCUSS THE ISSUES RELEVANT TO CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS.
4) WILL BE ABLE TO DESCRIBE SPECIAL ISSUES WITH ADDICTION TREATMENT ACROSS CULTURES.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter I Standards in Cultural and Linguistic Competence
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' (HHS) Office of Minority Health (OMH)
Chapter II The Surgeon General's Report on Mental Health, Race and Ethnicity Introduction
Chapter III Culture Counts: The Influence of Culture and Society on Mental Health, Mental Illness
Chapter IV: Mental Health Care for African Americans
Chapter V: Mental Health Care for American Indians and Alaska Natives
Chapter VI: Mental Health Care for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders
Chapter VII: Mental Health Care for Hispanic Americans
Chapter VIII: Mental Health Care for Arab Americans*
Chapter X Cultural Competence in Serving Children and Adolescents*
Chapter XI Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Across Culture*
Post test Return TO LOGIN and 'TAKE AN EXAM'
(* these chapters included in 15 ce COURSE)
This Course meets the qualifications of the California Board of Behavioral Science Examiners Provider #2387 for 3, 6, 0R 15 continuing education hours for LCSWs and MFTs
The National Board for Certified Counselors #5803 approves this course for 3,6,15 ce hours.
The CA Board of Registered Nursing # 13258 approves this course for 3.6, 7.2, OR 18ce.
NAADAC Provider # 389
Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling #BAP745
TX BSWE #CS3518
This course is approved for 15 fixed hours