August 18, 2017 - 1:00 pm EDT:
Multi-Cultural and Diversity Considerations for Organizations and Individuals


Presented by:
Rick Harvey, PhD
Associate Professor
San Francisco State University

Richard Harvey, PhD, is a tenured in the Department of Health Education where he teaches courses in Stress Management, Psychophysiology, Holistic Health and Epidemiology. His research includes developing stress-reduction interventions for increasing psychological courage and hardiness and reducing human stress.

Participants will learn three basic models of multicultural diversity focusing on cultural competence, efficacy and, humility on a seven step continuum. To learn more about the webinar content and learning objectives, visit the AAPB webinar description page.

CE Credits: 1 APA approved credit


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