David John Lee – Cultural Competency & Diversity: Powerful Strategies to Improve Client Rapport & Multicultural Awareness
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- David John Lee, Professor
6 hours and 10 minutes.
Audio and video formats are available.
Date of publication: March 20, 2020
Your Speaker’s Message
I grew up in Vancouver, British Columbia, during a time when Canadians valued being a cosmopolitan nation. I recall spending a semester in college studying French in Quebec City and understanding what it’s like to be a “fish out of water.” I had to understand how Americans thought about diversity when I arrived to the United States as a PhD student to study cross-cultural counseling.
After 35 years of research, teaching, consulting, and clinical practice in the United States, I have a thorough grasp of the difficulties that come with delivering mental health care in a varied and diverse culture.
In this video, I will discuss the information, awareness, and abilities that doctors should acquire in order to operate ethically, efficiently, and successfully with people from many cultures and ethnic groups. As you learn, your confidence will grow:
The Cultural Competency Challenges
The necessity to establish rapport and foresee potential areas of resistance
Self-assessments that have been empirically verified to evaluate your skills and opportunities for improvement, as well as to construct a professional development plan
You may only want to watch this lecture if you need 3 CE hours for cultural competency and 3.25 CE hours for ethics.
But I assure you’ll go away with much more. This highly engaging and interactive curriculum will push you to investigate the junction of your belief systems and therapeutic work, allowing you to gain confidence as a culturally aware clinician.
Make a name for yourself in your neighborhood as the best therapist for working with a wide range of clients!
Cultural Competency Manual (2.2 MB)
Outline 39 Pages Available After Purchase
Mental Health Cultural Competencies
A data-driven approach to cultural competency
Trends in a given location: variance and mental health requirements
Exercising the universal, cultural, and personal
Guidelines for the Integration of Cultural Competencies in the DSM-5®
Presentational differences among cultures
Distress ideas in different cultures
Cultural formulation for DSM-5®
Clients’ perceptions of their symptoms and treatment choices are influenced by cultural influences.
Ethical requirements for culturally competent practice
Overcome Obstacles in Practice
Working with customers who have poor English ability or who are bi/multilingual
When should an interpreter be used?
Differentiate between cultural and racial aspects in mental health care.
Recognize intersections of gender, color, age, ethnicity, religion, and class, among other things.
Anticipate potential transmission and resistance sites.
Analyze interlocking identities and positionalities as an exercise.
Specific Population Interventions and Strategies
A cultural perspective on trauma
Tools and assessments
Medication: application and belief system
Participate in traditional and/or natural healing approaches.
Integrate and customize interventions for various customers.
Individualist versus collectivist modifications
Variations in psychodynamics
Experiment: Discussing culture, ethnicity, and race
Research Limitations and Potential Risks:
Sampling and methodology
Internal design validity Generalizability of outcomes
Utility and applications
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D. John Lee, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist who works with CHE Behavioral Health Treatments and offers psychological services to residents of various assisted-living and residential care facilities. He has worked as a Senior Psychologist and Employee Assistance Program Coordinator at New Mexico State University’s Aggie Health and Wellness Center, as well as the Multi-Ethnic Counseling Center Alliance (MECCA) Coordinator at Michigan State University’s Counseling Center. For vulnerable student groups, Dr. Lee provided crisis intervention, individual and group treatment, supervision, consulting, psychoeducation, outreach, and advocacy. He also led doctorate classes on culturally competent and racially responsive evaluation and treatment for the APA-approved internships in professional and integrated health service psychology at the Centers. Dr. Lee has 22 years of experience in private practice, outpatient clinics, and university counseling facilities.
Dr. Lee is a dynamic presenter and storyteller with a diploma from the Michigan Psychodrama Institute as an Action Methods Facilitator. He has served as a keynote speaker and consultant for over 100 universities, colleges, government organizations, and private businesses in the United States and Canada. Dr. Lee’s educational background includes degrees from the University of British Columbia, Western Washington University, and Kansas State University. He has edited five books and written for various professional and scholarly publications. John grew up in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and currently resides in Buffalo, New York.
D. John Lee is a private practitioner. PESI, Inc. pays him a speaking honorarium.
D. John Lee does not have any relevant non-financial relationships to declare.
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