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Cultural Competence in a Continually Changing Society

Tuesday, June 25, 2019
9:00 am4:00 pm
United Way of Central Alabama

Registration Fee: $40.00
Group Discount Rates Offered-Please contact

While cultural competence and biases are areas that counselors previously addressed during their own counselor training, backlash from culturally different clients who have yet to address their own is common. This program examines theories, research, and pedagogy for counseling and supervising culturally different clients, students, and supervisees. Exploration of cultural biases in the existing theories and current research is encouraged throughout this experience. Participants will actively participate in experiential approaches designed to develop a higher skill base and advocacy skills when working with individuals from diverse backgrounds. Participants in this course will also be equipped with culturally competent best practices.

Describe the personal, environmental, and sociopolitical context of clients who are culturally different. Demonstrates fairness, equity, and sensitivity to a diverse community.
Demonstrate knowledge of attitudes, values, and behaviors of multicultural groups and factors that influence these.
Gain knowledge of diversity issues including cultural, disability, gender, sexual orientation, and aging issues.
Learn how to promote sensitivity to cultural differences of familial groups being counseled.

About the Trainer: Asha Dickerson, PhD, LPC, NCC, CPCS

Dr. Asha Dickerson is a Licensed Professional Counselor, educator, consultant, and speaker based in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. Dickerson has worked with individuals and families of all age ranges and her clinical and academic specialties include multicultural issues, addicted families, and blended family issues.

Cancellation: Refunds available up to May 1, 2018 minus $10 administrative fee. No refunds available after May 1, 2018.

Location and Parking: United Way of Central Alabama Boardroom (3600 8th Avenue S., Birmingham, AL. 35222) Free parking available on site.

Registration Options: There are two registration options.
(1) Participants can pay and register online by going to, click on the upcoming events tab and select the June 25th training date.

(2) Participants can complete the attached registration form and mail it with a check or money order to:
Fellowship House, Inc. – Cultural Competence Training
Attn: Elizabeth Stewart
1625 12th Avenue S.
Birmingham, AL 35205
*Please make checks or money orders out to: Fellowship House, Inc.*

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