** This course is being retired. In order to obtain APT credit, you must complete the course by March 1, 2020.**
In this video interview, Dr. Kristy Brumfield discusses her research on perceptions of play therapy with African American families. She provides best practices on working within a multi-cultural framework including discussing race and its impact with parents and children. She discusses challenges faced by clinicians when working with families using a cultural perspective.
1. Identify approaches to consultation that will work best for African American families or non-dominant cultures.
2. Identify strengths and weakness of cross-cultural counselor caregiver relationships and how that applies in the play therapy setting.
3. Discuss current challenges experiences in working with parents and caregivers in a multi-cultural setting.
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A Note About the Video Recording
Video Interview with Dr. Kristy Brumfield
Audio Only Version
A Note About Supplemental Materials
Cultural Differences in Parenting Styles (From Dr. Brumfield's Dissertation)
Where to find Dr. Kristy Brumfield
Course Evaluation (Required)