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OIM: Sensitivity to Cultural Diversity

This webinar provides an overview of cultural competence using the Terry Cross Model as a tool to start the inner dialogue of providing culturally relevant services to survivors while addressing personal biases.

Meets HHSC Rule Requirement §379.404. cont. (c) Direct service employees and their supervisors must also receive training on the following: (8) Sensitivity to cultural diversity;

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Thecia Jenkins
Thecia Jenkins is a speaker, trainer, author, certified life coach and executive leadership consultant residing in Houston, Texas. She has over twenty-five years’ experience in the field of social services and is the proprietor of Bold Profession Seminars & Consulting; a company focusing on personal and professional development.

Ms. Jenkins has been actively involved in the domestic violence movement since 1997 by developing, implementing and evaluating educational programs for law...More

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