Bookmark Connections Events
March 1st & 2nd, 2019
A new two-day workshop!
Intercultural Empathy and Cultural Intelligence (CQ) Workshop
with 3 optional Intercultural Assessments
For a deep look into intercultural work and a solid way to increase cultural effectiveness, please consider joining me for my new two-day workshop!
Some of the topics covered include:
How intercultural communication (IC) differs from traditional approaches to diversity used in psychology, and why IC and cultural intelligence (CQ) are needed for increased cultural effectiveness
Cultural intelligence (CQ) (because EQ is often culture-bound)
Key cultural values for an effective cultural analysis
Intercultural empathy skills (it’s not the same as regular empathy!)
Culture and emotions, language, context, and cognitive styles
Intercultural conflict and resolution skills
OPTIONAL Intercultural Assessments (No CE credit):
Cultural Values Profile
Intercultural Conflict Style Inventory
12 CE HOURS FOR MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS
Continuing education credit for this workshop is awarded by Commonwealth Educational Seminars. Please see PDF for more information. This workshop qualifies for the Oregon Cultural Competence Continuing Education (CCCE) credits requirement. It is the participant’s responsibility to check with their individual state boards to verify CE requirements for their state.
This workshop is primarily for mental health professionals, but people in related fields (e.g., education, healthcare) and graduate students interested in this topic are also welcome.
Date: March 1st & 2nd, 2019 | Time: 9:30 am to 5:00 pm | Location: 4312 SE Stark St., Portland, OR
EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT ENDS FEBRUARY 2nd!
This workshop is currently full, please go to the link below to get on the wait-list. Thank you.
Note: Optional intercultural assessments are NOT included in the registration fee.
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Other COMMUNITY EVENTS
Cheryl will be the Fall Colloquium speaker for George Fox University’s Graduate School of Clinical Psychology in October 2019.
Cheryl was the morning speaker for the Oregon Counseling Association’s (ORCA), “The Culturally Informed Counselor” event in November 2018.
She was the invited speaker for the Oregon College and University Suicide Prevention Program in August 2018.
Cheryl was the speaker for the Partners in Diversity, Breakfast for Champions program in July 2018.
She presented on CQ at the Summer Institute for Intercultural Communication (SIIC) in July 2018 (evening session).
Cheryl was the second keynote speaker for the Oregon Psychological Association’s Annual Conference in May 2018.