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IC19 Short Course 12 - Cultivating a More Diversified Relationship with Religion and Culture in Therapy through the Development of Intercultural Resiliency - Joanne Ginter, MA

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Short Courses |  Multicultural |  Religion |  Community
Erickson Congress |  Erickson Congress 2019
Joanne Ginter, MA
1 Hour 06 Minutes
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Original Program Date:
Dec 12, 2019
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This workshop emphasizes ways culture and religion can be integrated into the therapeutic discourse through the promotion of intercultural resiliency. Interculturalism allows for relationship building and learning from each other while taking the therapist deeper than multicultural or cross-cultural communication. Resiliency as a healing process allows for creating new meanings to unfortunate life events based on developing the self through mentorship and community, the building blocks of resiliency. In the development of intercultural resiliency all resources are respected and included while fostering a more diversified and pluralistic therapeutic practice. Intercultural resiliency encourages and cultivates the broadening of world views while deepening of the therapeutic process.

Educational Objectives:

  1. Define the underlying ideals of intercultural resiliency, the components of culturally infused counseling and understanding the essential elements that define one’s worldview.
  2. Identify ways the building blocks of resiliency and the resiliency process can be fostered across diverse religions and cultures.
  3. Participate in activities to self-reflect on one’s worldview and how to use the become more diversified and pluralist in practice.

*Sessions may be edited for content and to preserve confidentiality*