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WSPA Workshop with Dr. Janine Jones: Mastering the Art of Culturally Responsive Interviewing

WSPA Workshop with Dr. Janine Jones: Mastering the Art of Culturally Responsive Interviewing
WSPA Workshop with Dr. Janine Jones: Mastering the Art of Culturally Responsive Interviewing

Time & Location

Apr 19, 2024, 12:30 PM – 3:30 PM CDT

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Guests

About the event

Join us for this dynamic 3-hour workshop on mastering the art of culturally responsive interviewing. The culturally responsive interview approach is designed to assist in moving beyond basic demographic information and surface culture of the child/family to a deeper understanding of hidden cultural values and beliefs. Participants will learn how to engage in culturally responsive interviewing techniques in order to develop comprehensive culturally-validated socio-cultural histories of students and families. These techniques learned in this workshop will help participants to create meaningful opportunities for family engagement while also satisfying the interview requirements for emotional behavioral disability and other special education eligibilities.

This workshop will not be recorded.  Participants need to be in attendance via zoom during the scheduled time in order to participate. Participants will be sent a link one day before the workshop begins.  NASP CPD is not available for this workshop.

About the Speaker:  Dr. Janine Jones is a sought after professor, researcher and presenter.  Dr. Jones’ research encourages scholars and clinicians to consider the cultural context of effective clinical interventions when working with children and families of color. Her work unequivocally underscores that culture matters and that children are better served by clinicians who actively seek to understand their clients’ cultural context. Thus, in order to serve the “whole child,” providing culturally responsive services is critical (Jones, 2014; Jones et al., 2017; Zigarelli, Jones et al., 2016).

Participants will:

  • observe and practice delivering sensitive interview questions to increase familiarity with culturally relevant material,
  • learn how to integrate culturally responsive interview questions to determine strengths and assets of families,
  • apply a collection of culturally responsive interview questions to assess acculturation in children and families, and
  • learn cultural constructs that should be explored as part of formulating a sociocultural history.

Tickets

  • WSPA Member Ticket

    Hold a paid membership with WSPA.

    $50.00
  • Non WSPA Member Ticket

    Do not hold a paid WSPA Membership or are not a school psychologist.

    $75.00

Total

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