Cultural Competency & Diversity and Ethics in Action – Tucson – 1-29-17

January 29, 2017 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Caritas Healing Center
330 E 16th St
Tucson, AZ 85701
Early Bird $109 until 1 month before. Advance $139 until 2 weeks before, then $160
Marlo Archer

4 hours Ethics + 3 hours Cultural Competency & Diversity = 7 hours of fun reviewing the general concepts you learned to earn your license to practice mental health in the State of Arizona and staying abreast of new developments since your last renewal.
Please note that this a one-day workshop that is also being offered on other days in other locations. You only need to register for one each licensure renewal period.

Here’s what participants have said about Cultural Competency & Diversity and Ethics in Action (2015)

“The best workshop EVER on Cultural Competency & Ethics” – Carolyn Newsome, MA, LPC, LMFT, Phoenix

“This was one of the best workshops I have ever attended because the learning process was very interactive relevant to the people in this particular group” – Yasaman Parsi, LAC

“Great way to present ethics & cultural diversity – more interesting & fun than any other class I’ve ever taken” – Roberta J. Zatkowsky, LAC, MSC, MS

No break for lunch. Lunch will be provided as part of the workshop. Inform us of any dietary needs


API is approved by NAADAC to offer CE’s. Provider #152131.

Workshop Goals
1. Satisfy requirements for continuing education in cultural Competence & diversity and ethics for mental health professionals practicing in Arizona.
2. Build and strengthen professional relationships among attendees and trainers.
3. Facilitate personal and professional growth of attendees and trainers using psychodramatic and sociometric concepts and methods.
4. Provide a range of experiences, including fun, in a safe setting.

Upon Completion of this Workshop, Participants will be able to:
1. define cultural competence.
2. name and describe components of cultural competence.
3. engage in self-assessment, acknowledge and understand their own cultures and cultural differences.
4. view behavior within a cultural context.
5. use cultural knowledge to practice cultural skills.
6. name and define general ethical principles.
7. evaluate ethical dilemmas based on professional ethical standards.
8. develop action plans for common ethical dilemmas.
9. identify personal issues that may cloud ethical judgment.
10. name resources to consult for advice on ethical issues.

Adena Bank Lees, LCSW, LISAC, BCETS, is an adjunct faculty member of the Arizona Psychodrama Institute and a leading expert in childhood sexual abuse treatment. As a sought after speaker and consultant, Adena has presented to and trained hundreds of mental health and allied professionals across the globe on sexual abuse and its relation to substance/process addictions, dissociation and eating disorders.

Dr. Marlo Archer, CP, TEP, is a co-founder of the Arizona Psychodrama Institute, a licensed psychologist, a psychodrama Trainer, Educator, and Practitioner, and the 2013 recipient of the ASGPP Zerka T. Moreno Award.

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