The Jordan Institute for Families
The UNC School of Social Work
In this workshop, Tonya Armstrong will engage participants in the process of seeking clarity around our own cultural identities, as well as explore how this work is central to ethical practice with individuals with intersecting racial, ethnic, sexual, and other cultural affiliations. Dr. Armstrong will provide a framework informed by professional codes of ethics, and notions around cultural competence and humility. She will also provide examples and a model that highlights a progression from theory to application in our practice.