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Course Overview

Utilizing learning from the previous certificate program classes, this fifth and final course explores a range of culturally appropriate intervention strategies at the levels of client, agency and colleagues, community and systems. Some approaches include: non-western and indigenous approaches, and culture-specific strategies. Since no one can know it all, we’ll explore how to create culturally relevant resources, and build collateral, collaborative relationships with community cultural agencies and experts.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Graduate
COU 770, 771, 772 and 773.

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