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Webinar - Ethics and Boundaries: Culturally Responsive Therapy Through an Indigenous Lens
Thursday, February 15, 2024, 10:00 AM - 2:30 PM CDT
Category: WAFCA CE Training

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Ethics and Boundaries: Culturally Responsive Therapy Through an Indigenous Lens
Presented by Felicia Behnke Shaw, MSW, LCSW, CSAC, CS-IT 

Details: February 15, 2024 (10am - 2:30pm, including a 30-minute lunch break)
*Up to 4 CE credits will be issued to those attending this virtual opportunity.

DescriptionIn this workshop, attendees will learn about increasing culturally responsiveness in both Mental Health and Substance Use therapy through an Indigenous lens. This includes working to expand knowledge on awareness and inclusivity, understanding the importance of listening to the individual, and utilizing culture to assist in healing. 

Learning Objectives: Attendees will be able to...  

  • Understand the importance of using a cultural lens  
  • Understand the importance of being culturally responsive  
  • Increase knowledge of areas for self-learning  
  • Learn about the Ethics of being culturally responsive  
  • Understand the importance of serving our clients by providing the best services and knowing when to refer out  

Presenter Information

Felicia Behnke Shaw, MSW, LCSW, CSAC, CS-IT, is a member the Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa, and a descendant of the Menominee Nation. Felicia, received her MSW from George Williams College of Aurora University and her undergraduate degree from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. Currently, she works on many grant funded projects, providing outreach, harm reduction, prevention, naloxone training, oversite of a women’s specific recovery program, and she utilizes a trauma responsive and culturally responsive lensShe also has experience working on many agency wide projects and specializing in data analysis and strategic planning. Since she started her journey to becoming a clinical therapist, she values and prioritized culturally responsive, cultural humility, and justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (JEDI) into the services she provides to the community. Felicia is a firm believer that culture can assist in the healing aspects of treatment, and believes in the importance of connectivity. 

 A Note on WAFCA Webinars

  • Webinars are live virtual learning opportunities designed to be accessed by individuals. Group participation is not encouraged; post-webinar group discussions are a recommended alternative.
  • In order to offer CE credits for these virtual learning opportunities via NBCC, WAFCA verifies attendance using Zoom. Each registrant receives a unique link that confirms their attendance and email address for CE certificates. Link sharing is not permitted, and CE credits are not available for unregistered participants.

About our Offerings:

WAFCA has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6778. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. WAFCA is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs. Visit the WAFCA-CE registration page for more information on fees and policies. 

Wisconsin Association of Family & Children's Agencies (WAFCA)
PO Box 14663, Madison, WI 53708 

(608) 257-5939 www.wafca.org

Contact: [email protected]