Although much has been written to help counselors understand the potential impact of their own biases toward clients from traditionally marginalized groups, much less attention has been given to assist counselors working with clients who express discriminatory views that counselors may find offensive. In this article, the authors briefly outline how constructive clinical supervision can be integrated with aspects of relational–cultural theory and moral foundations theory to help counselors work with clients who espouse discriminatory views.
Review how clinical supervisors can utilize the Constructive Clinical Supervision model to assist counselors working with clients who espouse discriminatory views.
Understand how to integrate aspects of Relational-Cultural Theory and Moral Foundations Theory into the Constructive Clinical Supervision model.
Associate Professor - Counseling and Human Development,
University of Rochester - Warner School of Education
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4/2/19 8:23 am
The course evaluation objectives stated on the evaluation do not match the course.
Specifically they say something about:
Examine the effectiveness of dialectical behavior therapy for adolescents (DBT-A) in reducing diagnostic symptoms.
Explore advantages and strategies for implementing DBT-A in a variety of settings for youth with significant mental health issues.
4/3/19 4:34 pm
There is no date of completion on my certificate so I am unable to use this for CE for my state licensure. Is there anyway this can be fixed?
4/3/19 8:21 pm
Date of completion not on Certificate... confusing data.
4/6/19 5:49 am
Unfortunately, the course evaluation objectives are not aligned with the course itself. The course, "A Constructive Approach to Help Counselors Work With Clients Who Express Discriminatory Views" discusses how constructive supervision can be used with relational–cultural theory to assist counselors who may be working with individuals who espouse discriminatory views.
The course evaluation objectives have nothing to do with the course and instead state the objective is to examine dialectical behavior therapy for adolescents (DBT-A) and it's effectiveness in reducing diagnostic symptoms in adolescents.
4/9/19 9:15 am
Date of Completion now on certificate. Thanks!
4/10/19 4:38 pm
The date of completion on my certificate says March 28, 2019 -- which is inaccurate. The correct date is April 10, 2019. Can this be changed? It makes a difference for my next biennial renewal. Thank you!
4/30/19 11:21 am
I am not able to print the certificate? nothing comes up when I press print
4/30/19 7:53 pm
Where is the post test and evaluation?? I thought I had until end of April to take this course JCD 18007. It is April 30 2019. Why can I not access the post test and eval? Am I missing a button??