CBMCS Multicultural Training Programby Richard H. (Henry) Dana, Glenn C. Gamst, Aghop Der-Karabetian
"No other training program hones in on these important multicultural topics with the scope and depth of the CBMCS Multicultural Training Program. We've had marked success implementing this program improving cultural competence in providers so they can offer more effective counseling to clients from diverse backgrounds. Trainees have also shown an
"No other training program hones in on these important multicultural topics with the scope and depth of the CBMCS Multicultural Training Program. We've had marked success implementing this program improving cultural competence in providers so they can offer more effective counseling to clients from diverse backgrounds. Trainees have also shown an increase in self-awareness and better understand their influence on therapy. CBMCS should be required training for counselors and social workers as well as others in the mental health field who work with diverse client populations."
Gloria Morrow, Ph.D., GM Psychological Services
Bridging the gap between research and practice, the CBMCS Multicultural Training Program will take mental health practinioners from cultural sensitivity to cultural proficiency.
- Eligible for up to 32 CE credits
- Eligible for Mental Health Services Act (Prop 63) Funds
Based on several years of research and collaboration among the University of La Verne, the California Department of Mental Health, the California Institute of Mental Health, and the California Mental Health Directors Association, this unique training program gives mental health facilities a valuable tool in working with diverse populations.
Developed with the frontlinemental health practinioner in mind:
Four comprehensive training modulescame from rigorous research methods and multivariate statistical processes. The included Multicultural Reader provides trainers with critical background research, improving their knowledge base.
The First Training Program That Empowers Trainers to Customize Workshops
A 21-question, easy-to-administer cultural competence scale is at the core of this training program. This scale is a quick way for trainers to assess each individual mental health practinioner's level of cultural understanding, giving trainers the freedom to customize the program as needed.
CBMCS includes the following materials:
A 21-item practitioner self-report scale, which was honed from five respected assessment scales that included provides the foundation for this extensive training program. (Qty. 25 included) Additional copies available at extra cost.
CBMCS Multicultural Reader:
Featuring leading research, this compilation of 29 articles provides a wellspring of seminal studies on delivering culturally competent care. Topics include general issues in multicultural counseling competence training, ethnic minority intervention and treatment research, and sociocultural diversities. One copy included in the Trainer's Package. Additional copies $49.95 ea.
CBMCS Training Modules:
This step-by-step resource will guide trainers through four modules. Each module includes a description, techniques and methods, materials needed, references, handouts, Power Point slide presentation, trainer's notes, and evaluation as well as a scoring guide for the CBMCS scale.
- Module I – Multicultural Knowledge
- Module II – Awareness of Cultural Barriers
- Module III – Sensitivity and Responsiveness to Consumers
- Module IV – Sociocultural Diversities
CBMCS Participant's Workbook:
Exercises, group activities, and areas for reflection that follow along with the training modules. Includes the CBMCS Scale.
VISIT: www.cbmcs.org for more information
- SAGE Publications
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- Product dimensions:
- 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x (d)
Meet the Author
Glenn Gamst is Professor and Chair of the Psychology Department at the University of La Verne, where he teaches the doctoral advanced statistics sequence. His research interests include the effects of multicultural variables on clinical outcome. Additional research interests focus on conversation memory and discourse processing. He received his Ph D in experimental psychology from the University of Arkansas.
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