This is the audio for a workshop I gave March 2, 2013 at the New School for Social Research in New York City. This workshop introduced participants to an emerging epistemology of cultural competence that focuses on the person of the psychotherapist rather than on the acquisition of information about the Other. Participants were challenged to examine their own multiple and intersecting identities and biases as strategies for enhancing cultural competence in all aspects of clinical practice. This model represents an experience-near paradigm for culturally competent practice that integrates into relational constructs for psychotherapy practice.
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- FREE – Download the audio from this site – part 1 (mp3)
- FREE – Download the audio from this site – part 2 (mp3)
Brown, L. S. (2013, March). 21st Century Cultural Competence. Workshop presented at the New School for Social Research, New York, NY.