Date: Friday, September 24, 2021
Time: 11:00am – 3:30pm ET
Credit: 4 CE Credit Hours
Cost of training and CE certificate: $100.00
CE Eligibility: APA Psychology, ASWB Social Work, NBCC Counseling
To be eligible for a certificate, you must attend the entire live training and complete an evaluation form within 24 hours following the live event.
Sociocultural factors in the assessment and treatment of individuals who sexually offend are important to examine. Awareness of implicit biases and the cultural competence of the therapist are essential in ethical treatment. Cultural humility is the ability to maintain an interpersonal stance that is other-oriented in relation to aspects of cultural identity that are more important to the client. Participants will become informed of cultural considerations in the assessment and treatment. This workshop will assist participants in identifying cultural factors (i.e., racial/ethnicity, language, religion, gender/gender identity, sexual orientation, and disability) during assessment to better inform treatment and risk management recommendations.
As a result of attending this training, participants will be better able to:
1) Explore therapist implicit biases and gain knowledge on how to become a culturally humble clinician.
2) Identify broad sociocultural (i.e., racial/ethnic, language, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability) factors that influence justice-involved individuals.
3) Explore how cultural differences in attitudes and beliefs affect behavior.
4) Describe important diversity considerations in assessment and treatment.
5) Understand the utility of psychological and risk assessment methods with a diverse patient population.
6) Describe and discuss important cultural factors for treatment and management.
Four Hours of Training
The training session starts at 11:00 am Eastern Time and runs until 3:30 pm. The charge is $100. Each registration includes a certificate, whether it be for CE credits hours or for attendance. To be eligible for a certificate, you must attend the entire live training and complete an evaluation form within 24 hours following the live event.
We can refund your training fee up to 24 hours prior to the start of the training.
Continuing Education Credit Hours
Continuing Excellence is approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Continuing Excellence maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
Cultural Humility in Correctional Assessment and Treatment has been approved by NBCC for NBCC credit. Continuing Excellence is solely responsible for all aspects of the program. NBCC Approval No. SP-3694.
Alexander: Cultural Humility in Correctional Assessment and Treatment, Course #3745, is approved by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program to be offered by Continuing Excellence LLC. as an individual course. Individual courses, not providers, are approved at the course level. State and provincial regulatory boards have the final authority to determine whether an individual course may be accepted for continuing education credit. ACE course approval period: 08/23/2021 – 08/23/2023. Social workers completing this course receive 4 Clinical continuing education credits.
For New Jersey Social Workers: ACE individual course approval meets the NJ Board of Social Work Examiners requirements for individual course approval pursuant to NJ Code 13:44G-6.4.16.
When completing the evaluation form, you will be able to select which type of certificate you prefer.
This program is co-sponsored by Safer Society Press and Continuing Excellence, LLC
Apryl A. Alexander, PsyD.
Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Denver’s Graduate School of Professional Psychology and the Denver Forensic Institute for Research, Service, and Training (Denver FIRST)
Apryl Alexander received a B.S. in Psychology from Virginia Tech and M.S. from Radford University. She also received her M.S. and Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from the Florida Institute of Technology with concentrations in forensic psychology and child and family therapy. Dr. Alexander completed her pre-doctoral internship at Patton State Hospital, the largest forensic psychiatric hospital in the country. She also completed her post-doctoral fellowship in forensic psychology at Minnesota State Operated Forensic Services (MSOFS) conducting competency to stand trial, competency to proceed, and criminal responsibility evaluations, as well as violence and sexual violence risk assessments. Currently, Dr. Alexander is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Denver’s Graduate School of Professional Psychology and the Denver Forensic Institute for Research, Service, and Training (Denver FIRST). Her research interests are focused in the areas of violence, victimization, and forensic assessment.
This training is for professionals working with people who have experienced complex trauma as well as people who have perpetrated abuse. Professionals who will benefit from this training include social workers, psychologists, clinical counselors, and interested paraprofessionals.
Intermediate to Advanced.