Cultural Intersectionality and Classism

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Course curriculum

    1. Introduction

    2. Social Class in Media and Culture

    3. Definitions and Categories

    4. Social Class in Everyday Life

    5. Social Class Impact on Health

    6. Classism and Cultural Intersectionality

    7. Racism, Classism, and Cultural Intersectionality

    8. Social Class and Psychotherapy

    9. Belief system, Classism, and Psychotherapy

    10. Case Study 1 - A Wealthy Client, A Middle Class Therapist

    11. Case Study 2 - Two Black Women, Transference and Countertransference

    12. Case Study 3- A Client From Upper Class Who Now Lives in Poverty

    13. References

About this course

  • $25.00
  • 16 lessons
  • 1.5 hours of video content

What you will learn from this course:

This is a 1.5 CE credit hour class that satisfies multicultural competency requirements for mental health professional continuing education (for social workers, counselors, art therapists)

  • After this course you will be able to identify at least 3 aspects of social class and classism in larger environmental, macro and micro, as well as clinical situations.

  • This course will show you several examples of internalized classism pertinent to Perception, Experiences, and Acts of classism and their impacts.

  • You will be shown at least 3 specific aspects of social class behaviors, class-based transference and countertransference issues in clinical settings and the appropriate therapeutic actions to facilitate in treatment.

  • This course include three (3) case studies demonstrating social class transference and counter-transference in clinical settings.

Social proof: testimonials

“Wonderful job, Shan! I found your many examples from research, historical and current events, and personal experience to be very effective in teaching about this topic and it's relevance to my work as a therapist.”

Kristin S, LPC

“This training was fantastic with such important content for the critically thinking therapist to consider in clinical work and ethical practice. I’ll be applying what I learned about self-awareness of my classist bias and the potential impact classism has on my clients to my therapeutic relationships. ”

Rachael M. LPC

“I’m emailing to express my appreciation for your training. It was very informative and has strengthened my clinical knowledge related to assessing and understanding the influence of social class and classism. Thank you again for your generosity and commitment to supporting other clinicians like myself. ”

Kelsey J. LPC, ATR

Approved CE provider

Spring Advisory, PLLC has been approved by The National Board For Certified Counselors (NBCC) as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 7169. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Spring Advisory, PLLC is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.

The Art Therapy Credentials Board recognizes CE credits granted by NBCC Approved Continuing Education Providers. All CE from Spring Advisory can be counted towards ATR, ATR-BC, and ATCS credential renewals for art therapists per ATCB.

Spring Advisory is an Illinois Social Work CE Sponsor, #159.001540

Spring Advisory is an Illinois Psychologist CE Sponsor, #268.000141

Class is in You

Like it or not, social Class: occupation, wealth, education, income, are things we think about, clients talk about, and what we react to everyday. Social class is a rich ground where transference and countertransference issues are abundant in clinical encounters. Learn more about the rich complexity of social class and their dynamic and how they impact your practice.