Event date: 8/19/2021 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Export event
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Toward Cultural Competence in Spiritual Diversity

3 CEUs - may be counted as clinical CEUs

Toward Cultural Competence in Spiritual Diversity

Thursday, August 19 - 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. CST via Zoom

Presenter: George Dupuy, MSW, LICSW

3 CEUs - may be counted as clinical or general CEUs; up to 1 hour may be counted as ethics CEUs.

(MN licensees: If your license was issued on or after 7/1/2021, this webinar can be counted towards the new required 4 CEUs in cultural responsiveness content.)


This training will equip clinical social workers to engage with the religious and spiritual diversity of clients more directly. Drawing on evidence from previous research and presented through a combination of didactic learning, personal reflection and group-based examination of clinical case studies, clinicians will increase their understanding of religious coping and other benefits of engaging with their clients’ spiritual identities. Participants will also become familiar four assessment tools and receive a brief overview of spiritually-sensitive interventions in various modalities, including CBT and ACT, while examining ethical and practical challenges that may arise. This intentionally reflective and clinically-focused training was developed as part of a doctoral research capstone project; pre- and post-test evaluations will help guide further development of the training.


About the Presenter
George Dupuy, LICSW, is a DSW candidate (University of Tennessee Knoxville). He is a clinical social work practitioner currently providing private psychotherapy and with previous experience in public behavioral health leadership. He is also a social worker educator currently teaching at George Mason University.

 

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