About This Training
The recorded version of this training will be released very soon! Be sure to sign up to be alerted when this training is available.
Over the years mental health professionals have made great strides in developing more diverse and culturally competent training programs. However, despite this progress researchers have expressed concern that even though more attention is being paid to multiculturalism, the disability community is still being left behind. I hope this training can provide practical interventions so providers can engage in allyship instead of micro aggressions.
Attendees will learn:
How we can practice anti-ableism with our language (and why we should say "disabled" instead of "differently abled").
How to ethically discuss disability accommodations (and why "let me know if there is anything I can do to help" is NOT the most effective response).
How professionals can increase disability representation in our field (and why disability representation is so low among psychologists).
Want 3 Hours of Continuing Education Credit?
If you are an LPC or LPCC in Minnesota:
This activity has been approved for 3 hours of continuing education ethics credit for LPCs and LPCCs by the Minnesota Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy. To receive credit you must turn in your completed worksheet to STRICKLIN.LPCC@GMAIL.COM.
If you are NOT an LPC or LPCC or if you are licensed outside the state of Minnesota:
Credit requirements and approvals vary per state board regulations. Contact your state board or organization to determine specific filing requirements.