$310 – $365

Intercultural Empathy & Cultural Intelligence (CQ) Workshop

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Multnomah Friends Meetinghouse

4312 SE Stark St

Portland, OR 97215

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INTERCULTURAL EMPATHY & CULTURAL INTELLIGENCE (CQ) WORKSHOP
With 3 optional Intercultural Assessments


For a deep look into intercultural work and a solid way to increase cultural effectiveness, please consider joining me for my new two-day workshop!

Intercultural communication is generally not taught in psychology graduate diversity classes. This is an opportunity to learn about how to “fill a gap” in your training. Bookmark Connections’ workshops focus on incorporating and integrating the intercultural perspective with the complimentary social justice approach to diversity work as well.

Some of the topics covered include:

  • How intercultural communication (IC) differs from traditional approaches to diversity used in psychology, and why IC and CQ are needed for increased cultural effectiveness
  • Intercultural sensitivity
  • Cultural intelligence (CQ) (because EQ is often culture-bound)
  • Key cultural values for an effective cultural anaylsis
  • Intercultural empathy skills (it's not the same as regular empathy!)
  • Culture and emotions
  • Culture and language
  • Culture and context
  • Culture and cognitive styles
  • Intercultural conflict and resolution skills

Please see www.bookmarkconnections.com for more details about this workshop. Thank you.


Licensed mental health professionals:
Psychologists, Social Workers, LPC/LMFT's

This workshop qualifies for the Oregon Cultural Competency CE credits requirement. CE credit for this program is awarded by Commonwealth Education Seminars. It is the participant's responsibility to check with their individual state boards to verify CE requirements for their state.

Please see the Events page at www.bookmarkconnections.com for more information.

12 CE hours

**Early bird discount ends February 2nd!**

This workshop is primarily for mental health professionals, but people in related professions (e.g., education, healthcare) and graduate students interested in this topic are also welcome.


This workshop is appropriate for all levels. It is helpful if you have taken a general diversity class in graduate school prior to taking this workshop, but you do not need to have any background in intercultural communication.


THE COST OF THE OPTIONAL ASSESSMENTS IS NOT INCLUDED IN THE FEE & NO CE CREDIT FOR ASSESSMENTS.

  • Cultural Values Profile
  • icEdge Assessment
  • Intercultural Conflict Style Inventory


Please see www.bookmarkconnections.com for the CANCELLATION & REFUND policy (e.g., there are no refunds for cancellations two weeks prior to the event).

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