Cultural Competence In Supervision and Counseling

Cultural Competence in Supervision and Counseling.  “If culture is part of the environment, and all behavior is shaped by culture, then culture-centered counseling (supervision) is responsive to all culturally learned patterns” (Pedersen, 1997, p. 256). 

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Presenter: A.J. Ramirez, EdD, LPC, CPCS.  Dr. Ramirez is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a National Certified Counselor with experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families. She has worked in various aspects of the mental health field since 2007 and is a Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor. When not teaching at the University, she owns and operates L.E.A.F. Therapy Services LLC a private counseling practice in Valdosta, GA that provides affordable and systemic therapy to people in the community.

Objectives of the training:

  • Participants will be able to list three ways to tackle working with clients who are politically, religiously, racially or sexually different from them.
  • Participants will gather tools for measuring implicit bias.
  • Participants will be able to share three ways to improve their own culturally competent lens.

Note: the webinar you are about to view may have been recorded with a live audience. The content and questions asked in the webinar were from the date of the recording. All content for the webinar is contained in this learning platform and you will receive a CE Certificate upon completion of the content, assessment, and evaluation.



Q: When will I receive my CE certificate? 

            A: After you complete at least 80% of the whole course, each step.

Q: Do I have to compete the entire Evaluation?

            A: Yes, your CE Certificate is attached to the evaluation.

Q: Can I open and come back to the course at my leisure?

            A: Yes, the course is untimed and open book.



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