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Janet Bennett defines cultural competency as becoming a GLOBAL SOUL
Three principles that Janet Bennett described for cultural competence Cognitive(Mindset), Behavioral(Skillset), Affective competencies of attitudes and motivation(heartset)
Mindset or Cognitive competency includes.. Cultural self awareness, general cultural knowledge, Culture specific knowledge, Identity development patterns, Cultural adaption process
Skillset or Behavioral Competency includes... abilities to empathize, gather appropriate info, listen, perceive accurately, adapt, initiate and maintain relationships, resolve conflicts, manage social interactions and anxiety
Heartset or affective competencies Curiosity is key, ability to take initiative and risks, non-judgmental attitudes, tolerance of ambiguity, Maintaining cognitive and behavioral flexibility, cultural humanity and resourcefulness
What is a major demographic change significant increase in non-white populations
Diversification began in America in the ... 1980's
What is the projections for 2050 Non-Hispanic whites will reduce in population by 46%
What are two factors contributing to demographic changes Immigration & Birthrate
What are some reactions to the demographic changes White America feels threatened, which has significantly driven the political views on immigration laws
What are some implications to the change of demographics White working and middle class becomes frustrated towards non-white newcomers who have been blamed for taking jobs and are told to go back where they came from.
How to become culturally competent Have self-honesty, Embrace the cultures, Sustain Commitment
Cultural Destructiveness Policies and practices are actively destructive of Communities and Individuals of Color
Cultural Incapacity Policies and practices unintentionally promote cultural and racial bias; discriminate in hiring; do not welcome, devalue, and hold lower expectations for Clients of Color
Cultural Blindness Attempt to avoid bias by ignoring racial and cultural differences (all clients are treated the same), yet adopt a main stream approach to service delivery. Ignore cultural strengths, of clients, encourage assimilation, and participate in victim blame
Cultural Precompetence Have failed at attempts toward greater cultural competence due to limited vision of what is necessary. Either hold false sense of accomplishment or overwhelmed by failure. Tend to depend on tokenism and overestimate impact of isolated Staff of Color.
Basic Cultural Competence Incorporate five basic skill areas into ongoing process of agency. Work to hire unbiased staff, consult with Communities of Color, and actively assess who they can realistically serve.
Cultural Proficiency Exhibit basic cultural competence, advocate for multiculturalism throughout the health care system, carryout original research on how to better serve Clients of Color, and disseminate findings.
What are 5 basic skill areas for individuals in providing effective cross-cultural service Awareness & Acceptance, Self-awareness, Dynamics of Difference, Knowledge of Client's Culture, Adaption of Skills
What are 3 characteristics of culturally skilled counselors Understand their own worldviews, Understand and share the worldviews of their culturally diverse clients with respect and appreciation, Use modalities and define goals consistent with the life experiences. Understand, Appreciate, Embrace.
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