Developing Cultural Sensitivity

Jul 30th, 2015
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Developing Cultural Sensitivity

For this discussion, you may write about a culture or subgroup you already know (please do your best to avoid the use of language that is based in common misconceptions or stereotypes or language that could be viewed as offensive to a specific group). Alternatively, you may instead choose a culture that interests you, conduct Internet research on that group, and base your main posting on what you have learned about that group.

What is one culture or subgroup with which you are familiar? For example, cultures and subgroups may include race, ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, religious group.

What are the issues and concerns that psychotherapists and other professions need to be sensitive to in working with this culture or subgroup (please be specific)? Specifically, what kinds of mistakes or "unaware discrimination" should you be careful not to make?

The following is the generic way in which you would reference the text for this course. If you want more details please see the APA Quick Reference Guide or the Kaplan library for examples.

In text citation-when you paraphrase the material utilized (direct quotes should be avoided if at all possible, paraphrasing is preferred) include the author's last name and the date of publication in one of two ways.

According to Pomerantz (2014), psychology is a very diverse field. OR

Psychology is a very diverse field (Pomerantz, 2014).

Also include a full citation as a "reference page" at the end of your post as follows-


Pomerantz, A. (2014). Clinical Psychology, 2nd Edition. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, In

300 - 350 word minimum

Cite refrences

APA format is not required

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