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Copyright Dana, Gamst, Der-Karabetian 2006. 2. Affirmations. Richard Dana, Portland State UniversityGlenn Gamst, University of La Verne Aghop Der-Karabetian, University of La Verne With Contributions From Leticia Arellano-Morales, University of La VerneMarya Endriga, California State University, Sacramento Robbin Huff-Musgrove, Patton State Hospital Gloria Morrow, Private Practice With Generou

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The California Brief Multicultural Competence Scale: (CBMCS) A Promising Research Based-Curriculum Rachel Guerrero, Chief DMH Office of Multicultural Services Robbin Huff-Musgrove, Ph.D. Social Competency Officer San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health

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Acknowledgments Richard Dana, Portland State University Glenn Gamst, University of La Verne Aghop Der-Karabetian, University of La Verne With Contributions From Leticia Arellano-Morales, University of La Verne Marya Endriga, California State University, Sacramento Robbin Huff-Musgrove, Patton State Hospital Gloria Morrow, Private Practice With Generous Support From California Department of Mental Health - Office of Multicultural Services Eli Lilly Foundation California Mental Health Directors Association California Institute of Mental Health University of La Verne, La Verne, CA Copyright Dana, Gamst, Der-Karabetian 2006

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Objectives Provide an authentic review of the CBMCS and the preparation program in the State of California's Department of Mental Health and County Mental Health Departments Provide a diagram of the development and improvement of the CBMCS and the preparation program Provide an outline of the four preparing Modules: Multicultural Knowledge Awareness of Cultural Barriers Sensitivity and Responsiveness to Consumers Sociocultural Diversities Copyright Dana, Gamst, Der-Karabetian 2006

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Objectives Share anticipates appropriating the CBMCS and preparing system to other Mental Health and Human Service Agencies. Copyright Dana, Gamst, Der-Karabetian 2006

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CBMCS and Training Program in California DMH and County Mental Health Departments

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CBMCS Development Goal: Development of a Multicultural Competence Scale effectively directed and scored-1999 Scale Development 2000 extensive Questionnaire 5 Scale (137 Q) 2000-01 #1,244 CA. professionals took an interest 2001 Client/Family individuals looked into 2001-02 Training Manual-Richard Dana PhD 2002-03 From Manual to preparing program Copyright Dana, Gamst, Der-Karabetian 2006

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THE CALIFORNIA BRIEF CULTURAL COMPETENCE SCALE (CBMCS) Consists of 21 things – 4 variables (see gift) Multicultural Knowledge : Issues of cultural assimilation, racial/ethnic character, dialect, and so on. Consciousness of Cultural Barriers : Challenges ethnic minorities experience getting to psychological well-being services. Sensitivity to Consumers : What does it intend to be a non-white individual AND an emotional well-being purchaser of administrations. Sociocultural Diversities : (once in the past Nonethnic Ability) Issues of sex, sexuality, maturing, social class, and incapacity. Cronbach's alpha ( a measure of interior consistency) went from .90 to .75. Copyright Dana, Gamst, Der-Karabetian 2006

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Utility & Application The CBMCS can be utilized by an organization to distinguish the preparation needs of the office staff. The Unique part of this scale is that it has its own particular Training Program that"flows" from the scale. Organizations can utilize the CBMCS scale to target which staff ought to get a specific module. Offices could run staff through every one of the 4 modules. The CBMCS scale could be utilized as a pre-post measure of preparing adequacy, alongside customer result or fulfillment measures. Copyright Dana, Gamst, Der-Karabetian 2006

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The California Brief Multicultural Competence Scale-Based Training Program For each of the 4 subscales distinguished by the CBMCS, we have built up a 8 hour Power Point preparing module . Bringing about 4X8 hours = a 32 hour multicultural preparing program in four modules. Copyright Dana, Gamst, Der-Karabetian 2006

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Development CBMCS Training Summer 2004, 40 MH social capability specialists take an interest to rehash CBMCS Training, speaking to 14 areas and state DMH CBMS 4 Modules were updated Summer 2005/06 15 specialists reexamined the CBMCS preparing from MH supplier input Fall 2006 Pilot of CBMCS starts The CBMCS speaks to a genuine organization amongst State and Local Mental Health and University Evidence based innovative work Copyright Dana, Gamst, Der-Karabetian 2006

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Selected CBMCS Pilot destinations 5 Counties chose from unique 14 regions that took an interest in early survey. Kern County – preparing finished Oct. 2006 San Bernardino – preparing finished Dec. 2006 Sacramento – preparing finished Feb. 2007 Santa Clara – preparing finished Feb. 2007 San Francisco All pilots to be finished by February 2007 Copyright Dana, Gamst, Der-Karabetian 2006

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Overview of the CBMCS Training Modules Multicultural Knowledge Awareness of Cultural Barriers Sensitivity and Responsiveness to Consumers Sociocultural Diversities

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Module I : Multicultural Knowledge Purpose: This module concentrates on the four racial/ethnic/social gatherings that have encountered the best levels of verifiable mistreatment in the U.S.; however this preparation takes into consideration incorporation of other racial/ethnic/social gatherings and groups. Today the Surgeon General reports that these same gatherings keep on experiencing abberations in access to, nature of, and results of emotional well-being consideration. Copyright Dana, Gamst, Der-Karabetian 2006

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Module I Overview CBMCS Development Cultural Competency Defined Historic & Contemporary Overview of the Four Major Ethnic Groups in the U.S. Wellbeing Disparities Recognizing Deficiencies in Research Conducted on Minorities Psychosocial Factors to Consider When Providing Services to a Culturally Diverse Consumer Population Providing Culturally Competent Mental Health Assessment and Diagnosis Understanding and Evaluating Wellness, Recovery, and Resiliency Copyright Dana, Gamst, Der-Karabetian 2006

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Goals & Objectives To acquire noteworthy, contemporary, and statistic data on the four fundamental ethnic/racial/social gatherings in the U.S. To inspect wellsprings of predisposition that have brought about lacking administrations and diminished usage of administrations accessible to these gatherings. To end up distinctly mindful of exact information concerning the emotional well-being status of ethnic, racial, social gatherings. To perceive inadequacies in related research. To investigate suggestions for practice. Copyright Dana, Gamst, Der-Karabetian 2006

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Setting the Tone This procedure may create compelling feelings. Need to set and consent to standard procedures. Regard Confidentiality Active listening Nonjudgmental remarks Group input Address remarks to Trainer/Facilitator Copyright Dana, Gamst, Der-Karabetian 2006

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Transitional Stages of Change Denial (of contrasts) Defense (against contrasts) Minimization of contrasts (cover contrasts under social similitudes) Acceptance ( of social contrasts) Adaptation (of conduct and thinking to that distinction) Integration (the use of ethnorelativism, turning into a piece of and separated from a given social setting.) Determining one's level of competency (M.J. Bennett, 1986) Copyright Dana, Gamst, Der-Karabetian 2006

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Weaknesses & Biases Lack of mental research on ethnic minorities: Examination of diary articles from 1970-1989 by Graham (1992) discovered just 3.6% included African Americans. Iwamasa & Smith (1996) discovered just 1.3% of articles concentrated on U.S. ethnic minority bunches. Delgado-Romero (2005) found that exclusive 22% of research members were from ethnic minority assembles in an investigation of 3 advising diaries more than 10 years. Generalizability of psychotherapeutic discoveries without culturally diverse approval. (Sue S., 1999) Copyright Dana, Gamst, Der-Karabetian 2006

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Within Group Differences Racial/Ethnic Identity Development Cultural Self Acculturation Status Socioeconomic Status Copyright Dana, Gamst, Der-Karabetian 2006

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DSM-IV Outline For Cultural Formulations Cultural character of the person. Social clarification of the individual's disease. Social elements identified with psychosocial condition and levels of working. Social components of the relationship between the individual and the clinician. General social appraisal for finding and care. (American Psychiatric Association, 2000) Copyright Dana, Gamst, Der-Karabetian 2006

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Module II Awareness of Cultural Barriers Purpose: Cultural Self-mindfulness and comprehension through self-assessment Exploration of white benefit Increase attention to prejudice, separation and mistreatment and its effect on administration conveyance Copyright Dana, Gamst, Der-Karabetian 2006

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Highlights Context of Barriers Awareness of Self a. Social Self-Awareness b. Perspective c. Racial/Ethnic Identity Awareness of Others a. Mistreatment b. Bigotry c. Benefit d. Sexual orientation Differences e. Sexual Orientations 5. Clinical Implications Module II Overview Copyright Dana, Gamst, Der-Karabetian 2006

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Goals & Objectives To wind up distinctly mindful of individual qualities, convictions, and ethnic/racial/social foundation. To wind up distinctly mindful of the impacts of separation and mistreatment. To wind up distinctly mindful of benefit, predisposition, and generalizations. To end up distinctly mindful of administration conveyance suggestions. To put forth a concentrated effort attention to the collection of multicultural abilities. Copyright Dana, Gamst, Der-Karabetian 2006

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Self Awareness Overview Self Awareness Definition Worldview Racial/Ethnic Identity Models

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Cultural Self-Awareness Who Are You? (WAY) Conocimiento (Self-learning) practice Worldview & Values (Scale to Assess Worldview; SAWV) Copyright Dana, Gamst, Der-Karabetian 2006

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Awareness of Others Expression of Power Oppression Racism A Difference of Color Gender Differences Sexual Orientation

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Clinical Implications Multicultural mindfulness guarantees that proper appraisal, determination, and treatment are given to socially assorted shoppers. Supplier mindfulness is imperative for enhancing clinical results beca

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