Chapter 4. Cultural Sensitivity in Crisis Intervention. Stages of Becoming a Multiculturally Sensitive Therapist. 1. Unawareness of cultural issues. Does not take into consideration an individual’s cultural, ethnic, & religious background as related to the problem.
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Cultural Sensitivity in
1. Unawareness of cultural issues. Does not take into consideration an individual’s cultural, ethnic, & religious background as related to the problem.
2. Heightened awareness of cultural issues but feels unprepared to utilize this knowledge with a client.
3. The burden of considering culture. Able to utilize knowledge of cultural diversity but feels overwhelmed with the task and how to implement. Perceive all problems as relating to culture.
4. Toward cultural sensitivity. Able to be sensitive to cultural diversity yet also able to view problems as universal issues as well.