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Cultural Competency and Intersectionality: Bridging Practice among Welfare, Abuse, and Violence and Redirecting Services (Workshop 110)
Focus in this workshop is on innovative and new knowledge regarding culturally competent approaches for working with Asian and Pacific Islander, African American, Native American, and Latino and Mexican American populations dealing with child welfare, substance abuse, and family violence problems. Utilizing evidence-based practice and interdisciplinary studies, the presenter discusses selected treatments and interventions for each ethnic
group, emphasizing health and well-being and the prevention of child abuse and maltreatment. The session also addresses redirecting services offered in ethnic communities and reaching out to strengthen collaborations among service providers.
Rowena Fong, EdD, MSW
University of Texas, Austin
School of Social Work
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