Teaching MultiCultural Competence

We’re joined in this engaging episode by Dr. Jade Logan, Assistant Professor at Chestnut Hill College. Dr. Logan lets us in on what it’s like for her, as a professional Black clinician and supervisor, to teach cultural competence to psychologists of varied races and backgrounds. 

As part of training, psychologists spend a certain number of hours in Clinical Supervision. Clinical Supervisors guide therapists through personal blind spots or biases, and encourage self-awareness. This often includes difficult dialogue. The area of multi-cultural competence can be one of the most difficult but necessary topics to discuss.  

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