Culturally Responsive Strategies: Cultural Humility and Broaching in Clinical Supervision
March 18, 2022 / 1-2pm EST
1 NBCC Approved Contact Hour
Presented by Dr. Connie T. Jones
A strong supervisory relationship is linked with desirable outcomes such as supervisee, development, satisfaction, engagement in supervision, and even client outcomes. The strength of the supervisor-supervisee bond is affected by many variables, including the social and cultural identities of both individuals. Given the great diversity amongst professionals in counseling, attention to the intercultural nature of supervision is critical in the development of a strong supervisor-supervisee bond. Broaching and cultural humility can support supervisors and counselors to establish effective working alliances with supervisees and clients
Dr. Connie T. Jones
Presenter bio: Dr. Connie T. Jones, holds a PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision from Virginia Tech. She is an Assistant Professor at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) in Greensboro, NC, and has a background in clinical mental health and addictions. Her areas of research and teaching interests include multiculturalism, culturally responsive strategies, social justice, and addictions. Dr. Jones also has a particular interest in the concepts of broaching and cultural humility. She has several peer-reviewed publications on these topics and continues to research the concepts in relation to clinical supervision and clinical practice. Dr. Jones’ work reflects her years of experience as a clinical supervisor for clinical mental health and school counselors in training.