Multicultural Counseling Evidence-Based Practices- Focusing on the Individual

Mar 30, 2019 11:30am ‐ Mar 30, 2019 12:00pm


Description

A multicultural identity contains many components and layers that make up an individual. Often, individuals’ multicultural identities are associated with a single cultural group to which they belong. Evidence-based practices can be tailored to treat the individual and not the ethnic group to which one belongs. This poster covers multicultural counseling practices and competencies from all areas of multicultural identity and will explore the latest evidence-based practices from an individual perspective.

Speaker(s):

  • Matthew L. Nice, MS, School Therapist, Glade Run Lutheran Services
  • Natalie A. Drozda, MA, Inpatient Counselor/ Ph.D Student, Gateway Rehab/ Duquesne University

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