Cindy Hunter, an associate professor and director of field placements in the department of social work at James Madison University, is the speaker.
This workshop will cover the ethical issues related to being a culturally competent social worker. The participants will gain knowledge about displacement and transmigration in order to increase responsiveness to immigrants and refugees; increase their skills in ethical supervision, including for bicultural and bilingual workers, for work with immigrants and refugees; and develop indicators for cultural competence that relate to the participants’ practice settings.
The social work program of Hood’s sociology and social work department is hosting the presentation. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. The workshop costs $35, to be paid at registration, and three CEUs are available.
To attend, send an email to Lynda Sowbel at email@example.com including name, agency, profession and whether CEUs are desired.