SAPC Lecture Series: Addressing Challenging Client Situations with Cultural Humility

Pacific Southwest ATTC

07/13/2018

Educational Event: Substance use disorders are pervasive and chronic conditions that can impact the lives of any person regardless of ethnicity, race, culture, religious preference, sexuality, gender or any other individual or group factor. Learning how to approach each individual who asks us for help with humility and a willingness to accept those individual differences is crucial to provide effective treatment for successful outcomes. This lecture and panel discussion will help participants define cultural humility and begin to raise awareness of cultural factors that can have an impact on treatment retention and outcomes. Using the most current research and incorporating real world clinical examples, the presentation will demonstrate the importance of incorporating cultural humility into practice.

Registration Fee: FREE
Address:
County of Los Angeles Dept of Public Health, SAPC
1000 S. Fremont Ave
Lecture Hall-Building A-7
Alhambra, California 91803
For more information, contact:
Shannon Bertea
Phone: 310-267-5398
Email: sbertea@mednet.ucla.edu
Registration
https://tinyurl.com/SAPC-07-13