Full course description
Upon completion of this webinar, participants will be able to:
- Define culture and how it impacts the development of personal identity.
- Define cultural humility and intersectionality.
- Identify barriers to practicing cultural humility.
- Define and Identify examples of racial microaggressions.
- Explain the practitioner’s role in promoting cultural humility and social justice through advocacy
Presenter: Channing L. Moreland Dr.
Dr. Channing L. Moreland is the inaugural director of the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences’ Wellness Pavilion at the Pitt Community Engagement Center, Homewood. She is an instructor in Pitt’s graduate Counseling program where she teaches multicultural counseling. Additionally, Moreland is a clinician and co-owner of a private mental health practice located in Pittsburgh. Moreland completed her doctoral degree in Leadership & Administration from Point Park University. She earned both her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and bachelor’s degree in Child Development and Family Relations from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Moreland is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), National Certified Counselor (NCC), and certified adult, youth, and higher education Mental Health First Aid Instructor. She has been a non-profit professional for over 12 years. Her research activities and interests include program development, youth and professional mentorship, diversity and inclusion, equity, minority leadership, and multicultural issues in clinical practice.