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...of five stages: (1) cultural destructiveness, (2) cultural incapacity, (3) cultural blindness, (4) cultural precompetence, and (5) cultural competence. In brief, cultural destructiveness is a stage in which individuals and groups are unable to acknowledge the importance of cultural differences.... Search hits: 109 in body, 4 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 29573.25

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...cultural competence, they have recently been used to explore the associations between multicultural competencies, the strength of the therapeutic alliance, treatment satisfaction, and patients’ perceptions of therapist empathy (Fuertes et al., 2006). Furthermore, relationship between cultural incompetence and treatment dissatisfaction... Search hits: 82 in body, 3 in tags, 1 in comments. Score: 22193.12

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May 4, 2018

...had yet to be formally coined—Dr. King’s ideology that was quite intersectional in nature. Cultural Competence and Ethics Providing culturally competent care is one of the major competencies and values within psychology. Cultural competence is embedded throughout our ethical guidelines.... Search hits: 51 in body, 3 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 13916.82

...Supervisors planfully strive to enhance their diversity competence to establish a respectful supervisory relationship and to facilitate the diversity competence of their supervisees. Supervisors recognize the value of, and pursue ongoing training in, diversity competence as part of their professional... Search hits: 52 in body, 0 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 13705.97

...should help promote professional competence among psychotherapists at each stage of their lives and careers. The mental health professions need to infuse a communitarian approach to ethical practice and competence into each student’s training and integrate a focus on competence... Search hits: 45 in body, 1 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 12229.94

...the effectiveness of multicultural competencies (MCC), and the validity of the widely used tripartite model of MCC (Sue et al., 1982). Multicultural competence, as defined by D. W. Sue (2001), is obtaining the awareness, knowledge, and skills to work with... Search hits: 44 in body, 1 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 11966.36

...gains and how these are connected with therapeutically induced changes in the therapy 2 years earlier. Concluding Remarks Research to date on developing evidence-based therapy for cross-cultural clients is lacking. Cultural competence in clinical work requires ongoing disciplined awareness of... Search hits: 34 in body, 3 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 9857.75

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Aug 18, 2018

...2014). Students cited practice issues such as lack of skill-based competence and lack of cultural competency/multicultural sensitivity. Therefore, it is important for students, faculty, and supervisors to assess their professional competence across all areas of professional work—teaching, supervision, research, and... Search hits: 34 in body, 2 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 9277.89

...empirical work in needed in the areas of the therapy relationship and multicultural psychotherapy, and that this work is crucial given the demographic and cultural changes taking place in the U.S., changes that are inevitably reflected in psychotherapy practice. +24... Search hits: 31 in body, 1 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 8539.87

...also monitors their performance as supervisors. Similar to the impact of monitoring and evaluating trainee competence, trainee ratings of supervisor competence impact decisions of job security, promotion, and/or tenure. If showing one’s personhood is seen as separate from competent supervision,... Search hits: 27 in body, 0 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 7327.42