Date: 5/5/2017, 10:00 am—4:00 pm
County: Alameda County
Sponsor: Seneca Family of Agencies
Disproportionality in child welfare systems, along with health and educational disparities, present significant barriers to effectively support the needs of youth and families involved with systems of care. Understanding and identifying implicit bias in our interactions with individuals, families, and communities provides an opportunity to disrupt inequity. Cultural humility is a principle and framework to expand one’s approach in working with youth and families to encompass a client-centered stance that seeks to mitigate power imbalances. This collaborative and interactive training will provide participants with an opportunity to engage and explore these dynamic topics while developing skills to incorporate into practice when working with youth and families.