Title

Ethical Reasoning and Cultural Humility

Conference Strand

Practice, Strategies, Techniques, and Interventions

Abstract

As the demographics of our country change, counselors and counselors-in-training will have more opportunities to counsel clients who are from marginalized communities. The ACA Code of Ethics directs counseling professionals to be culturally sensitive and inclusive. Using cultural broaching (Day-Vindes et al., 2011) and the Multicultural and Social Justice Counseling Competencies (Ratts et al., 2005), the presenters will highlight interventions to help counselors-in-training develop cultural humility.

Description

Presenter will provide.

Evidence

Presentation archived after review period.

Format

Individual Presentations

Biographical Sketch

David Julius Ford, Jr., Ph.D., LPC, NCC, ACS is a tenure track faculty member in the Department of Professional Counseling at Monmouth University.

Taylor Garley is a graduate student the Department of Professional Counseling.

Steven Taragono is a graduate student in the Department of Professional Counseling.

Suni Sharma, M.A. LAC, NCC, is a first-year Ph.D. student in the Counselor Education and Supervision program at Montclair State University.

Location

Embassy Suites Salon C

Start Date

2-7-2020 10:15 AM

End Date

2-7-2020 11:30 AM

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Ethical Reasoning and Cultural Humility

Embassy Suites Salon C

As the demographics of our country change, counselors and counselors-in-training will have more opportunities to counsel clients who are from marginalized communities. The ACA Code of Ethics directs counseling professionals to be culturally sensitive and inclusive. Using cultural broaching (Day-Vindes et al., 2011) and the Multicultural and Social Justice Counseling Competencies (Ratts et al., 2005), the presenters will highlight interventions to help counselors-in-training develop cultural humility.