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Cultural Humility: A Lifelong Journey

Cultural Humility: A Lifelong Journey

Cultural Humility: A Lifelong Journey

Dr Natalie  Moore-Bembry Ed.D, MSW, LSW
Dr Natalie Moore-Bembry Ed.D, MSW, LSW
on behalf of Rutgers Graduate School of Applied & Professional Psychology (GSAPP)

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Launch date: 01 Dec 2019
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Last updated: 07 Sep 2020

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Denise Pflaumer-Capici (7 Sep 2020)
Appreciated the video on micro aggressions/mosquito bites...also the explanation on implicit bias/peanut butter jelly. Helpful tools
Amy Margulies (3 Jun 2020)
I think this course should be a required training component of many agencies, institutions and systems.
M JoAnn Ruiz-Vazquez (8 Apr 2020)
The presenter was very well-informed and used relevant videos and graphs to reinforce the objective of the workshop.

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As clinicians we were taught the importance of cultural competence. However, as time has progressed, cultural competence often promotes an acquisition of knowledge and in some situations has become generalizations and stereotypes. Cultural humility emphasizes knowledge acquisition and incorporates the need for individual and institutional accountability. This course will provide an introduction to cultural humility, a lifelong journey.

Objectives

Microaggressions
Describe the categories and impact of microaggressions.
Values, beliefs, and biases
Critique one's own values, beliefs, and biases and how they impact others.
Cultural humility
Define the tenets of cultural humility.
Cultural humility
Strategize ways to incorporate cultural humility into one's personal and professional life.
Dr Natalie  Moore-Bembry Ed.D, MSW, LSW

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Dr Natalie Moore-Bembry Ed.D, MSW, LSW
on behalf of Rutgers Graduate School of Applied & Professional Psychology (GSAPP)

Natalie Moore-Bembry, Ed.D, MA, MSW, LSW is the Assistant Director of Student Affairs, the Camden Campus Coordinator, Professional Credit Course Coordinator, and Faculty Advisor for Phi Alpha the National Social Work Honor Society at the Rutgers University School of Social Work. Dr. Bembry has over 20 years of experience in the field of social work with various populations and settings (dual diagnosis, developmental disabilities, children and families, juvenile justice, and education). She teaches in both the graduate and undergraduate programs at Rutgers University and serves as an adjunct and online course developer in the Department of Social Work at St. Joseph’s College of Maine and at Delaware State University.

Dr. Bembry is passionate about education and has spent the last few years sharing her research and zeal of cultural humility to all disciplines. She emphasizes the tenets of cultural humility specifically focusing on self-reflection and critique and the impact it has on our interactions with others. Thus, creating a natural transition and motivation towards openness and lifelong learning.

In her spare time, she loves to travel, spend time with her family, read, anything Disney, and watch NBA games. Dr. Bembry’s research interests include increasing cultural humility and self-awareness of clinicians, educators, students, actually EVERYONE to reduce racism and oppression and promote racial healing.

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User Reviews (4)

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Denise Pflaumer-Capici (7 Sep 2020)
Appreciated the video on micro aggressions/mosquito bites...also the explanation on implicit bias/peanut butter jelly. Helpful tools
Amy Margulies (3 Jun 2020)
I think this course should be a required training component of many agencies, institutions and systems.
M JoAnn Ruiz-Vazquez (8 Apr 2020)
The presenter was very well-informed and used relevant videos and graphs to reinforce the objective of the workshop.
Amy Argiriou (1 Apr 2020)
Excellent! Videos were not only informative but entertaining. Content was excellent.

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