Cultural and Linguistic Humility Registration
Trainers: New Mexico Black Leadership Council expert trainers: Dr. Stephanie Mack, Marsha Hardeman J.D., Sonia Maria Gipson Rankin J.D., Andrea Mays Ph.D
We’ve all seen the headlines about New Mexico being at the bottom of the child wellbeing list in the United States. Despite every financial investment, every hour of professional and volunteer time devoted to supporting children and families, we seem to still be in the same place? Why do you believe this to be true? What is your role in participating in the work that can generate more positive results for the communities we serve? What role do you think greater cultural and linguistic humility will play in our quest to create better outcomes and generate new headlines? If you’d like to know more and you’re ready to engage in a courageous conversation and critical analysis of our personal and professional responsibility for creating a vibrant community where all of our children and families thrive, please attend this 3 hour training offered by the New Mexico Black Leadership Council. The training will include specific assessments and experiential analysis related to understanding cultural and linguistic humility and how it applies to our role as behavioral health professionals.
3 Cultural CEUs, accepted by Social Work, Counseling and the New Mexico Credentialing Board for BH Professionals
All those who serve the community in New Mexico welcome to register.
This training is closed