Culture Values and Belief Skills
Is a way of life. It is the knowledge, beliefs, and values of an ethnic or religious group, nationality group, or social group. Culture guides the groups' thoughts, decisions, and actions. The customs of each culture are learned and passed from one generation to another
What is Culture
It is the power of belief that causes things to happen in our lives. Most people define beliefs as inward convictions, a feeling of certainty about what something means. They are what you hold dear and are rooted deeply within. A belief is both mental and emotional
What is a belief
1 Respect 2 Genuine interest in them.3 Self
Reflection 3 Ability to Listen – On Multiple Levels
4 Accessibility & Authenticity 5 Flexibility
6 Sense of Humor 7 Knowledge 8 Taking Responsibilities 9 Educating clients to the process of psychological intervention 10 Building Alliances
Name 6 skills you must have when working with multicultural families and individuals
Diversity is variety. It is the human qualities that are different from our own and the groups to which we belong but are present in other individuals and groups
What is Diversity
a person's principles or standards of behavior; one's judgment of what is important in life.
the regard that something is held to deserve; the importance, worth, or usefulness of something.
What is Values
To openly acknowledge any differences
What is one of the most important tool/ intervention you can utilized in the room when working with a culture different from yours?
Culture determines what is acceptable or unacceptable, important or unimportant, right or wrong, workable or unworkable. It encompasses all learned and shared, explicit or tacit, assumptions, beliefs, knowledge, norms, and values, as well as attitudes, behavior, dress, and language.
What is culture encompasses
values represent our aims, desires, and goals. They are usually abstract, and are further defined by criteria. Beliefs are judgments that connect our values and criteria to our experiences. They give our experiences meaning, and provide context for our values.
What is the difference between Values and beliefs
Conduct a thorough person-specific functional assessment of the PP2. Engaged in self education about specific cultural norms 3.Explore perspective on seeking psychological treatment and the nature of the the therapeutic relationship 4. Be aware of the importance of respect in the cross- cultural therapy setting 5. Identify and incorporate clients culturally-related strengths and resources in treatment
What are some guidelines to consider in Therapy when making a thorough culturally-informed assessment when working with multicultural families and individuals
An understanding of the client’s worldview and the recognition of a counselor’s own cultural values and bias.
What is Multiculturalism
Self reflection .Identifying own personal beliefs
Being-open Minded. Becoming self aware
what role do you play when working with a person different than you
Family Hierarchy.Family Relational patterns. Bias and Beliefs. Non-verbal and verbal communication
What must you consider as an strategy or intervention when working with a multicultural individual or family
Refers to sets of guiding principles, developed to increase the ability of mental health providers, agencies, or systems to meet the needs of diverse communities, including racial and ethnic minorities
What is Cultural Competent
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1 Use of body language 2 Eye contact 3 Open ended questions 4 Been attentive
What are some techniques to use when working with multicultural individual or family

What does it mean to be Cultural Competent

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